About Unit 305

Greetings! If you are a visitor to our website, you are welcome to attend a meeting. The following is intended to provide some background on the Auxiliary and demonstrate our commitment to veterans causes.

If you are not already a member, we hope you will consider joining our organization. As we continue to grow, so will our positive impact in the community. Your membership will contribute significantly to our success!

 

Our Members

 

Unit 305 has close to 87 senior members and 32 junior members, with several charter members still involved in Unit activities. In addition to raising money to benefit veterans through the annual Poppy Program, Auxiliary members make ditty bags and lap robes as gifts for hospitalized veterans, and volunteer time at the Holiday Shop at the Michael DeBakey V.A. Medical Center in Houston. Our members also send greeting cards and care packages to military personnel stationed overseas, as well as "adopting" a local military person and/or family to sponsor.

Our Activities

 

One of the Unit’s many rewarding activities is sponsorship of local high school juniors to Girls State. This program not only gives young women "hands on" experience in state government, but also teaches them the importance of responsible citizenship. Normally, we send students from The Woodlands High School, The Woodlands College Park High School, Oak Ridge High School, and the Woodlands Christian Academy to Girls State each summer. To learn more about our activities, please visit our       

Our Benefits

 

In addition to the satisfaction of knowing that we can make a difference in people’s lives, Auxiliary members enjoy personal benefits such as health, dental, and travel insurance, prescription programs, and eye care and hearing plans

About the Department of Texas

The American Legion Department of Texas - https://txlegion.org/

The American Legion Auxiliary Department of Texas - https://alatexas.org/

The American Legion Post 305: http://www.alpost305.org/

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