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American Legion Auxiliary group marks 100 years in Clark County

By Lauren Ellenbecker, Columbian staff writer
Published: March 12, 2022, 6:06am
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Kate Sharp, left, and Janet Easley of American Legion Auxiliary Unit 14 select historical photos and documents for their upcoming celebration at American Legion Post 14 on Friday morning. American Legion Auxiliary Unit 14's centennial anniversary was postponed for a year due to challenges posed by COVID-19. This year, it partnered with the Clark County Historical Society to digitize a portion of its records, which it will be presenting at the event today.
Kate Sharp, left, and Janet Easley of American Legion Auxiliary Unit 14 select historical photos and documents for their upcoming celebration at American Legion Post 14 on Friday morning. American Legion Auxiliary Unit 14's centennial anniversary was postponed for a year due to challenges posed by COVID-19. This year, it partnered with the Clark County Historical Society to digitize a portion of its records, which it will be presenting at the event today. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

After more than a century of service, women in the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 14 continue to uplift those who have ties to the military.

The unit turned 100 in January 2021, a milestone marking the group’s robust history and unwavering support of veterans in Vancouver. Although the COVID-19 pandemic delayed the auxiliary’s initial celebration, members were committed to acknowledging the group’s past and are hosting a commemoration today.

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