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Department of Georgia

Serving Veterans, their Families and their Communities


Pre-Order Form for Incoming Department President Valerie Brown-Debro Shirts and Pins - pdf

ALA Membership Report May 16th, 2019 - pdf

May 2019 Newsletter - pdf

The American Legion Adjutants May Newsletter - pdf

2019 Convention Credentials - Delegates and Alternates - pdf

2019 National Convention -Indianapolis - Reservation Form - pdf

Code of Ethics - pdf

Past Presidents' Parley Luncheon Ticket Reservation Form- pdf

2018-2019 Supplement to the Programs Action Plan - pdf

Member Impact Report - pdf
Unit Impact Report - pdf
District Impact Report - pdf

Department Centennial Convention 2019 Info
Department Convention 2019 Valdosta housing form - pdf
Department Convention Registration and Banquet form - pdf

The American Legion Auxiliary is the World's Largest Women's Patriotic Service Organization.

2018 – 2019 Department of Georgia President
Jane Lawrence


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The United States of America Flag

The United States of America’s Flag is a sacred instrument. Everyone should show respect and honor for our Flag. The American Legion has brochures and books about the respect and honor for our American Flag.  Everyone, especially Auxiliary Members, should read and abide by the booklet entitled “Let’s Be Right on Flag Etiquette”.

The American Legion Auxiliary Headquarters recently received a question asking the following:
It has been stated that embroidered stars are cut from the American Flag and placed in a small bag a with a poem. The stars and poem are then sent to various veterans’ groups as well as those currently serving our country.

The American Legion National Americanism Commission DOES NOT subscribe to the practice of cutting the United States Flag into individual pieces prior to its proper disposal no matter what the reason or occasion may be. The Commission is of the opinion that when the flag is no longer a fitting emblem for display, it should be disposed in its entirely, preferable by burning. The flag began as a whole therefore, it is to be disposed of as a whole.  Contrary to what is found on some websites, The American Legion does not endorse the use of the flag in this manner.   The American Legion Auxiliary fully supports The American Legion’s position on this subject.

I feel the Department of Georgia will adhere to these rules and regulations. We are all very proud and will respect and honor the United States of American Flag.  Our veterans would be very unhappy with us if we did not abide with these rules.

For God and Country
Ann Parks
Department of Georgia
National Security Chairman

Updated 23 May 2019

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