Legion Family

Charted and incorporated by congress in 1919 the American Legion soon became the nation’s largest veteran service organization with currently over 14,000 posts worldwide.
The main focus of the American Legion is to mentor youth, sponsor wholesome community programs while advocating patriotism, honor, national security and maintaining devotion to fellow service members and veterans.

Auxiliary Membership Eligibility

warIf you are a female who has or (had) a family member who served in the following wars, you are eligible to become an auxiliary member.

Applicants may be a mother, grandmother, wife, daughter, sister, granddaughter or great-granddaughter of the veteran who served or is serving.

Applicants must show a copy of the veteran’s or active member’s DD214, Military ID, Legion Card or other document as proof of service

Annual dues are $45

Meetings are held on the 4th Wednesday of the month

Sons of the American Legion

The Sons of the American Legion’s main objective is to sponsor events put on by the American Legion, to reach out to veterans, their families and the community

If you are the son or grandson of a veteran who served or is serving, you are eligible to be part of the Sons of the American Legion.