The American Legion Auxiliary (ALA) Post 304

The American Legion Auxiliary
is an organization of women and girls who's grandparents,
parents, siblings, children, or grandchildren served their country
during times of war.

The ALA plays a vital role in carrying out
the mission of the American Legion.

The ALA is about ladies getting together and having fun
with friends while doing things to support the American Legion,
the troops, and children and youth programs.

Auxiliary meetings are held on the first
Wednesday of each month at 7 pm in the backroom
of the Legion Post 304 Home Association.

The eligibility requirements for membership are listed on the
application below.

Click Here to view and print the Membership Application

If you meet the eligibility requirements and you would like to apply
and have the necessary documentation you may either scan and
email to the address listed below or bring your application into the
post and drop it off in the ALA mailbox inside the bar area.

Click here to see the
Home Association page for business hours.

If you need to obtain a copy of an eligibe veterans Report of
Separation (DD-214) for proof of military wartime service. You
may do so by clicking here to be redirected the National Personnel
Records Archives.

If you know you have a family member who makes you eligible
and don't have any surviving relatives who can help obtain the
records, resources such as Ancestry.com or Myheritage.com are a
great place to start to find the necessary information.

If you would like more information or to submit an application,
please send an email to
 ala@djmlegion.org
or call 570-657-0920