Monday, November 2, 2009

Exeter American Legion Auxiliary Presents Two Star Banner

Exeter American Legion Auxiliary President Annette Gloystein (right) presents Kay Due (left) with a two star banner representing Kay's two sons, Anthony and Alex, who are serving in the military.

During the meeting, Auxiliary members assembled items to send to Alex Due who is currently serving in Iraq. Pictured are from the left Alex's sisters, Janey and Anna and mother Kay Due with the items donated by Auxiliary members.

The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 218 of Exeter, Nebraska met Monday, October 12, 7:00 p.m.

President Annette Gloystein presiding. Opening prayer was read by Chaplain Carol Bettger. Roll call was taken with 10 members present.

Members packaged goodies for Alex Due serving in Iraq. Kay was presented a 2-Star banner for her sons, Alex and Anthony.

Membership Chairman Linda Underwood reported 77 members paid and quota met.

Marsha Jorgensen Co-Chairman of the Exeter Avenue Holiday Sampler gave her report on the event.

Card of thanks and donation was received from the Schiefelbein family.

Make a Difference Day will be the fall cleaning of the outside entrance to the Exeter Care Center.

Noreen Songster reported on the County Meeting, Sept. 27th.

Motion moved to give a monetary donation to the 2009 Stand Down in Omaha for T-shirts, socks, shampoo, soaps and toothpaste for homeless Veterans.

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