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  NEBRASKA AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY headquarters in LINCOLN NEBRASKA

 

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 office 402-466-1808

fax 402-466-0182

email neaux@windstream.net

   WELCOME TO NEBRASKA A.L.A.

Welcome to Department of Nebraska

 American Legion AUXILIARY

  Message from the President...

  I am so proud to serve as the Department President.

  I have met so many wonderful ladies as I travel throughout the state. The work you all do for our Veterans, our Children and our communities is amazing and I'm sure it is very much appreciated. of our Veterans and their families everyday.

As American Legion Auxiliary members we work together for betterment of our Veterans and their families. 

With that thought we will need to build our Units and maintain our members every day every year.

For the next five years we have a goal given to us by National American Legion Auxiliary. The goal is to build our membership to  one million members by the Auxiliary's 100th birthday in 2019. We can do this if we really try and don't give up. Our membership chairman JoAnn Sieck and the membership team; Department Vice-President Barbara Washburn along with the District Vice-Presidents, are all here to help you.

My theme is, "Freedom, Faith and Family" my symbol is the American Flag, cross and image of a family.  My song is "God Bless the U.S.A." by Lee Greenwood.

 

Freedom, Faith and Family.

Sincerely, Barbara Skillman 2014-2015 Department President

The History of Nebraska ALA            tidbits OF nebraska ala

 

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Nebraska American Legion Auxiliary

  • We are one of 52 departments (states) that make up the National American Legion Auxiliary organization.  This organization is     known as the largest women's Veterans volunteer services.   
  • We are here to offer services to our Veterans, our children and our communities.
  • Department of NEBRASKA ALA is divided into sections: There is one Department and 13 Districts and many counties
  • Going into the 2014-2015 year Nebraska has 330 active units.
  • District one covers 6 counties with 13 units
  • District two covers 8 counties with 37 units
  • District three covers 7 counties with 28 units
  • District four covers 7 counties with 16 units
  • District five covers 9 counties with 21 units
  • District six covers 13 counties with 42 units
  • District seven covers 6 counties with 34 units
  • District eight covers 3 counties with 17 units
  • District nine covers 8 counties with 19 units
  • District ten covers 8 counties with 30 units
  • District eleven covers 6 counties with 35 units
  • District twelve covers 4 counties with 24 units
  • District thirteen covers 4 counties with 14 units
  • Each level has its own Constitution and Bylaws which are their governing documents
  • Department, district, county and unit have their own elected officers
  • The Units are the go to division when applying for scholarships and Girls State delegate
  • Units are also our direct communication to our schools for contest that school children can compete in.
  •  Each level - higher than unit- holds one or more conventions each year
  • The Department holds a mid-year conference in January that is not only educational but a fun event!
  • In June the department convention is held.

     

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