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American Legion Auxiliary Juniors host event


On November 19, the American Legion Auxiliary, Glen Hill Unit 287 Auxiliary Juniors hosted an overnight event, where Juniors from around the state gathered for fun activities and worked on Americanism projects. Some of the projects were flag etiquette and making things to send to the troops. Our honorary state Junior President Chelsie Kovacs was in attendance and was given $67.00 towards her Elmobility Project. They were also honored to have the state Department President Carrie Bowerman, along with other Department members, join them for the activities and fellowship.

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Women’s auxiliary makes donation to food pantry


Pictured in the photo is Auxiliary Unit and District President Christine Merlington (right) presenting the food and the check to food pantry directors Bob and Judy Murray (left).

The American Legion Auxiliary made a donation to the Cedar Springs Community Food Pantry last week. Glen Hill Unit #287 in Cedar Springs donated two boxes of food and personal items, along with a check to the food pantry on Monday, August 1. The food was collected at a Texas Hold ‘em tournament held in Greenville at Post #101 July 21-24.

The Auxiliary works diligently to promote community involvement. The community service committee is a program within the Auxiliary that helps serve those in need and works at the neighborhood and hometown levels to meet the needs of the residents in our area. The food pantry is a good way to reach out and make an impact in our city of Cedar Springs.

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Hats for newborns


Junior Auxiliary member Brenda Reed with some of the hats she made for newborn babies.

The American Legion Auxiliary ladies have been busy making hats for the newborn babies at DeVos Children’s Hospital. Special recognition is given to junior member, Brenda Reed. Brenda is a member of the Glen Hill Unit #287 in Cedar Springs. She is 12 years old and made 77 hats to be donated. Member Kelly Roush made 29 hats, and member Jackie Gage donated 16 baby hats to Spectrum Butterworth Hospital. The little ones and staff at both of these facilities are appreciative of the time and effort that made these gifts possible.

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