WREATHS ACROSS AMERICA Honor and Remember: The American Legion Oro Valley Auxiliary Unit is a local community partner of Wreaths Across America, a 501 c 3 national organization. WAA’s mission is to remember and honor those who have served our nation in uniform and its goal is that every veteran’s interment site will be adorned
Throughout the month of July, national nonprofit Wreaths Across America (WAA) will be featuring its annual Giving in July program, a month dedicated to the groups and individuals giving back in their communities while helping to share WAA’s mission of to Remember, Honor and Teach. The Oro Valley American Legion Auxiliary Unit 132 is one
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Hello Everyone! NOTE from Gary Smith for Post 132 members: Everyone has to make their own hotel reservations, but please ensure that they contact me for Convention Registration if going. Hotel rooms book fast. I have the registration form for both the Legion and SAL. Contact Gary at (214)431-2187 or email@example.com The Department Convention information
Veterans, the SAVAHCS (Tucson VA) is now scheduling ALL enrolled and eligible Veterans for the COVID-19 vaccine. Call the following number to schedule your vaccine shot, 520-629-4729. The Tucson VA has vaccinated more than 15,000 veterans to date. Veterans who are not enrolled can learn about eligibility, and those who qualify, may apply for enrollment. See additional links for information: https://www.va.gov/health-care/covid-19-vaccine/stay-informed
Important vaccine update. Three options available depending upon your VA care status, your age and your residence. 1. Tucson VA COVID vaccine program: For Veterans who are already enrolled in the VA care system, and who have not been contacted by a member of their VA Care Team and who are age 65 and older, contact the following number to schedule your
Remember and Honor Veterans – 2020 One Wreath At A Time. Our Auxiliary Unit sponsored the vast majority of the wreaths placed in 2019 at the State Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Marana, but despite a valiant effort by its members, more than 250 veterans interred at the cemetery did not receive their own Remembrance Wreath.