Fred Hancock Auxiliary Unit No. 19

The Fred Hancock Auxiliary Unit #19 has been busy fundraising with its recent October Holiday Bazaar. Seven vendors from the surrounding community sold their handicrafts while the Auxiliary had a Fall/Halloween and Christmas - themed garage sale. This community out reach activity gave us an opportunity to share information about our programs for veterans, active military and their families and to meet new friends. Appreciation and thanks are given to Esther, Elva, Erika, Evelyn, Linda, Loma, Doris, Tess, and Rhonda for their dedicated work. Special thanks to Fred DeBerry for his help setting up and taking down tables and chairs and for Rhonda’s idea to have this creative fundraiser! We thank the Legion too, for the use of the Post hall and everyone who donated item s for our garage sale. Elva, Esther, Evelyn and I attended the Fall Conference at Bothell Post on Sunday, October 1. Along with the Units from District #11, we met with Department President, Janet Sperry and other Department Officers to learn about how to use our Auxiliary Resources and the online ALA Academy 101 & 201. We were encouraged to take on one new activity this year to expand our outreach and to increase memberships. The Post also had a Potluck Social on Thursday, October 26, which included some of the new friends that we met at the Holiday Bazaar, Ching & Jeff and Chan. Membership renewals are due! Please be sure to send in your dues to Esther. We appreciate your membership and support. We look forward to seeing you at our Holiday Party Potlu ck on Thursday, December 28 at 6:30 pm. Please bring your favorite dish and a “White Elephant” gift for the gift exchange! 
“Service not self.” 


Sincerely, Diana Hagen 
Auxiliary Unit #19 President

 

Our Purpose

 

In fulfillment of our Mission, the American Legion Auxiliary adheres to the following purposes:

  • To support and advocate for veterans, active military and their families
  • To support the initiatives and programs of The American Legion
  • To foster patriotism and responsible citizenship
  • To award scholarships and promote quality education and literacy
  • To provide educational and leadership opportunities that uphold the ideals of freedom and democracy and encourage good citizenship and patriotism in government
  • To increase our capacity to deliver our Mission by providing meaningful volunteer opportunities within our communities
  • To empower our membership to achieve personal fulfillment through Service Not Self

It's time to renew your membership dues.
 Has your address changed?  Contact Esther Maas (425-255-7108) to update your address or pay your dues.
 We invite new members to join us!  We encourage your family members and friends to become involved in a great, rewarding experience – helping VETERANS and their families.   
WE NEED YOU!

 

COME JOIN US for Sew and Chat

 

We need your company/help in these projects for our veterans in the VA Hospitals.  We sew and tie lap robes, make ditty bags, stuff neck pillows, make wheel chair bags, wrap gifts and other things for the VA Hospital patients.  It doesn't requre much talent or experience - just come and enjoy.  We laugh and discuss the problems of the world.  Men are welcome to come join us.

 

Only a FEW hours are needed and so MUCH can be accomplished!