2014-2015 Auxiliary Officers Installed.

Auxiliary Unit #142’s Officers for 2014-2015 were installed,
during a dinner on Friday, August 8th.

This year’s officers are:
Nancy O’Leary, President
Carla McKenzie, Vice-President;
Judy White, Chaplain;
Carron Richardson, Sgt-at-Arms
Linda Cross, Executive Committee Member.

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Pork Rib Cookout; 17th of May

There will be a combined Post #142 and Auxiliary Unit# 142 Pork Rib Cookout
17th of May at 6:00 PM; at the “Hut”.
Members, Veterans, and Family members may attend.

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Annual Christmas Dinner scheduled for December 12th.

American Legion Post #142 and the American Legion Auxiliary Unit# 142 will hold a joint
Annual Christmas Dinner on Thursday, December 12th.
All veterans are welcome.

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Happy Independence Day

>>>from the National Organization.

Today is the day we celebrate the arrival of the United States of America on to the world stage. 237 years to the day our nation was born.

This Independence Day, the American Legion Auxiliary wants to thank all service members of the Armed Forces of the United States of America for their innumerable contributions to protecting our freedoms and keeping our nation safe.

We also want to thank the families of deployed service members for their strength and their sacrifice. May God bless you all.

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Traveling Memorial Wall on display April 17-21

The Dignity Memorial Vietnam Wall is a three-quarter-scale traveling replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.  Reed-Culver Funeral Home is proud to display the exhibit from Wednesday, April 17 through Sunday, April 21 at the Sequoyah High School Football Field, located at 17091 South Muskogee Avenue in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.

Free and open to the public 24 hours a day, the replica is eight feet high and 240 feet long. Its black, reflective surface is inscribed with the names of more than 58,000 servicemen and women who died or are missing in Vietnam. Paper and pencils will be provided so visitors can make rubbings of names etched on the wall.

Created by the Dignity Memorial network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers in 1990, the Dignity Memorial Vietnam Wall is dedicated to all Americans who served in Vietnam and honors all veterans of the U.S. military.  Click here for a Schedule of Events.

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