The position of Guard is open for the 2021-2022 year.
If you wish to run for this position you need to send a letter to each Auxiliary, District Presidents, Line Officers, and Past Dept. Presidents.
Stating your qualifications and your reason for wanting to be Guard.
You are not required to move up the line.
If you wish to stay in the position you currently hold, you may do so by being nominated for this position each year.
President’s Message March 2021
Hope, all are safe and well. Our year has been so different, it is easy to lose sight of our mission.
If your Auxiliary is in a High Risk or lower area, you should be having in person meetings practicing distancing and wearing masks. If your Auxiliary has not been inspected by your district president, this needs to be done as soon as possible.
Please, be sure to check on your members and veterans. Do they need assistance with anything?
There is some misunderstanding about the Relief Fund. Please see, Booklet Of Instructions (yellow section of Bylaws), page 21, Relief Fund.
Each of you have been working hard on programs in your areas. Please fill out the report forms and get them to the Department Chairmen as soon as possible.
Questions about filling out reports, please contact the Department Chairman or you may call any of the department line officers to assist you. We are here and happy to help.
Sadly, our National President’s Visit, has been canceled due to Covid-19 restrictions. State Convention, please be patient. With the State restrictions this is going to take some time. If we are able to have a convention it may look/be much different than it has been in the past. We are also working on a backup plan.
Debra Wright, President
Department of Oregon
Our Hero’s Wore Dog Tags & Combat Boots
OREGON VFW AUXILIARY
The Oregon VFW Auxiliary was founded for the sole purpose of serving those who have protected our country and see that they are protected in return. How do we achieve this goal?
By reaching out with help in communities across America.
Offering an innovative program
Standing up for veteran’s rights in Washington, D.C.
We can’t do this without your generosity.