News You Can Use & Upcoming Event Details
Under the PUBLICATIONS tab is a revised memo from National President Dee Baggett with updated guidance regarding upcoming deadline dates and other pertinent information regarding the cancellation of our August 2020 National Convention. Please read it very carefully and share, share, share with your membership. Local Auxiliaries should direct their questions to their Department; Departments to National Headquarters.
Time and careful consideration was given to the contents of the memo. We thank you for your patience and understanding as we continue to navigate through these “unchartered waters”.
Be well, take care and be safe!
The Convention Digest has been posted under the PUBLICATIONS tab and it is now form fillable. All you need to do is fill out whatever form you need, save it to your computer, print, sign and mail to Auxiliary Headquarters! Or you can fill out the form, not save, print, sign and mail.
Please keep checking our website and Facebook page for updates! And speaking of our Facebook page…
Looking for ‘‘EVERYDAY HEROES”. You know, the Auxiliary, AMVETS, Sons or Junior member in your communities that’s an essential worker. Doctor, nurse, first responder, cashier, clerk, delivery driver, custodial worker, dispatcher, cook, teacher, farmer, daycare provider…the list goes on and on.
Our first EVERYDAY HERO was Auxiliary National President Dee Baggett who’s an employee of the United States Postal Service in Leesburg, Florida. The unofficial motto of the USPS is “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds.” It needs to be updated to include pandemic. THANK YOU, President Dee for your hard work and dedication!
If you have an EVERYDAY HERO you’d like to see highlighted, please send a picture of them hard at work, if possible, to the Auxiliary’s Facebook Page inbox. Be sure to give their name, where they’re from and how they’re helping. Over the next few weeks, we’ll try to get as many of them posted every day.
Thank you, be well and stay safe!