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CHILDREN AND YOUTH

ANNDI BOWNES

CONTACT INFORMATION:

PO Box 38, Blue Mound, KS 66010

(620) 228-4884

anndimb@yahoo.com

 

CO-CHAIRMAN OF THE CHILDREN AND YOUTH COMMITTEE

CADET LAW LAISON

Ida Meyeres

28090 140 Road, Bazine, KS 67516

(785) 798-7040

johnandida@gbta.net

CADET LAW

Cheryl Eastep

215 W 18th Street, Pittsburg, KS 66762

(785) 955-0041

cjeastep55@yahoo.com

 
DISTRICT CHILDREN AND YOUTH CHAIRMAN
District One X Click for contact information and Unit Report Forms Click:Go to District Page
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The Children and Youth Program:

The Children and Youth Progam works collaboratively with The American legion to direct and sponsor programs and services that provide care and protection for our nation's children, especially those of our military and veterans.

Program Information:

The Auxiliary's Children and Youth program provides care and strives to improve conditions for all children. The program works to preserve the integrity of the family unit and takes a realistic approach to the needs of children by considering the physical and spiritual, as well as the emotional and educational aspects, of each situation.  the Children and Youth program cooperates with many other public and private community agencies and organizations and supports essential legislation for children at the national, state, and local levels.  In some cases, the program offers direct financial assistance and services to individual children or to the families of veterans.  Auxiliary members also contribute to The American Legion Child Welfare Foundation, which was established in 1954 to fund special programs and projects which emphasize preventative solutions to difficult children's issues.  Educating members and the general public about these issues is a primary goal of the Auxiliary's Children and Youth programs.

See  www.alaforveterans.org/Programs/Children-and-Youth for more details.

Mid-Year Unit Report are due to the District Chairman by December 1, 2017.

Year-End Unit Report are due to District Chairman by March 1, 2018.
APRIL IS CHILDREN AND YOUTH MONTH
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LOOKING FOR DISTRICT FORMS. . . Visit the "Forms" tab on this website's main navigation menu, then select "District Report Forms".
Kansas Program Action Plan Unit Report Forms can be referenced, by District, at the top of this page, or by visiting "Forms" (then select your District), on this website's main navigation menu.
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