American Legion Post 109

Supporting Our Veterans and Community!

Auxiliary
Carolyn Howard- President send boxes to our DEPLOYED SOLDIERS that are in war zones (see article below).
 
We buy Christmas gifts  for our Veterans and there widows in nursing homes,  this money comes from the poppy's  that we give out ,and make crafts for hospice , and go to the Barnes Academy and teach them about Veterans and also do crafts with them. We also send girls to our Girls State program.
 
 Susan Belote Nacy....... Carolyn Howard I have never met you in person! But what I have to say about you is that I look up to you and admire you so much for what you have done for my husband Bill Nacy when he served in Afghanistan and for his friends that served with him. You are an Angel sent from God above to look over our Service Men and Women in harms way!! You have taught me that there are still good people in this world. I strive daily to be a better person because of you. I love you and consider you a friend for life. Bill and I have a goal and it is to someday soon be able to meet you in person and Thank You. People that question you for what you are doing are only really question themselves! Without you there would be a lot of Service Men and Women feeling alone!! God Bless you my friend. 

 

GIFT BOXES FOR SOLDIERS

We have an opportunity to support our deployed troops by sending Care Packages. Carolyn Howard, President of the American Legion Auxiliary in Hartwell, has agreed to package and ship items we donate.

Cash donations are appreciated. Gifts are sent in Priority Mail Boxes at a cost of $13.95 each. Any cash donations must be made in check or money order payable to: American Legion Auxiliary Unit 109. 

Drop off Locations for those who live in the Hartwell area:

Hartwell Sun...Contact person.........Peggy Vickery

Hartwell Pro Shop......Contact person....Lee Ann

Please mail checks or money orders to: Carolyn Howard, 87 Mr. Johns Choice Road, Hartwell, Georgia 30643

Carolyn has requested that we include our names and/or notes in boxes. She said the soldiers enjoy hearing from people back home.

ITEMS REQUESTED

Hard candy, Beef Jerky, Peanut Butter Coffee Chips in a can, Small cans of protein powder, Protein bars, Peanuts, Baby wash, Baby wipes, Tooth paste, Mouth wash, Dental floss, Kleenex, Sunscreen, Chap stick,

NO breakable items or bar soap

Thank you so much for your support in this effort. 

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