American Legion Auxiliary Unit donates propagandize supplies
April 5, 2018 - School Supplies
COLONIAL HEIGHTS — Colonial Heights American Legion Auxiliary Unit 284’s Education Chairman Barbara Worley motionless that one of her projects this year was to assistance out internal schools by organizing a propagandize supply drive.
“We commend that many organizations and people are really understanding of a schools and present propagandize reserve during a commencement of a propagandize year; however, we know that after a winter holiday break, there is a need for a replenishment of these supplies” settled Worley. “After contacting a Colonial Heights propagandize house seeking suggestions on that schools they suspicion would need them a most, we were connected with North Elementary Principal Travis Ridley.”
Ridley greeted Worley and several other members of a Auxiliary and assisted in unloading over $500 value of reserve from book bags, crayons, tissues, notebooks, to other equipment that were depleted during a initial half of a propagandize year.
“The timing of this couldn’t have been some-more ideal settled Ridley. “If we could see a storage room, we will see that there is really small left. This is truly a blessing to a students.”
“The American Legion is a world’s largest Veterans use organization, however, we do some-more than only take caring of a veterans”, settled Rita Feasenmyer, Public Relations Chairman. “We also offer a village focusing on children youth, education, and several other village use projects. The American Legion Family is run particularly by volunteers who present many hours volunteering during several account raisers and also easily minister monetarily that helped with a success of a propagandize supply drive.”
“We are ceaselessly seeking new members,” settled Feasenmyer, who also serves as a unit’s membership chairman. “If we are a spouse, daughter, granddaughter, sister, or approach successor of those who have served and now serve, we entice we to come and check us out. In a suggestion of service, not self, a goal is to support a American Legion and to respect a scapegoat of those who offer by enhancing a lives of a veterans, military, and their families, both during home and abroad. For God and Country we disciple for veterans, teach a citizens, coach youth, and foster patriotism, good citizenship, peace, and security.”
For some-more information per a American Legion Auxiliary, revisit www.alaforveterans.org or hit membership authority Rita Feasenmyer during 804-337-0905 or email@example.com, or section boss Betty Haney during 804-931-4470 or firstname.lastname@example.org.