American Legion Auxiliary
Department of Florida

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Fall Conference and National Creative Arts Festival

Fall Conference November 5 – November 7, 2021


Call to Fall Conference

Call for Colors

Call for Pages

Department President and Commander’s Bewitching Soiree (Dinner) Flyer and Order Form

Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld
6677 Sea Harbor Dr
Orlando, FL 32821

Rate: $135.00 + tax (subject to change)
Group Code: American Legion
Cut-Off Date: October 7, 2021
Resort Fee: Optional $20 resort fee, includes guest room internet, transportation to SeaWorld, Universal Studios and Disney, local calls, in-room bottled water.
Cancellations: Cancellations made within 72 hours of arrival will forfeit one night’s room and tax.


  • No hospitality parlors in room block, must contact hotel if you would like one.
  • The Renaissance will be charging first night’s deposit at time of reservation.

1-407-351-5555 or 1-800-266-9432

Ruby Bell Service Arrangements

Viewing – Tuesday, October 5th
10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Farley Funeral Home
265 Nokomis Avenue,
Venice, FL

Followed by burial at 11:30 a.m. at:

Jesse Knight Cemetery
Colonia Lane
Nokomis, FL

National Creative Arts Festival Florida April 2022

The National Creative Arts Festival is coming to Florida in April 2022. The American Legion Auxiliary Department of Florida will be in charge of the Hospitality Suite (no alcohol or drugs) for the Veterans and their care givers that will be participating in the Festival.

Department is asking for help from the Units with donations. Below is a list of items assigned to each District. If the Units would like to donate any of the items please bring them to Fall Conference in boxes with the Unit number or Individual name on the box so we know who donated the items. We will be collecting the items in the store. Thank  you in advance for your help and dedication to our Veterans.

NVCAF District Donation List

Fall Conference Raffle Flyer

Current Newsletter

Inside This Issue: President, National Security, Education and more.

Veterans Service Organization

Think about the last time you received what you needed when you needed it. Did you call it a gift or even a miracle? In the American Legion Auxiliary that “need meeting-gift giving” happens continuously. And it’s possible because as the largest women’s patriotic service organization in the world our membership of more than 850,000 strong is fiercely dedicated to serving, helping, and meeting needs. Our focus is what it’s always been: servicemembers, veterans and their families in their communities. And our members produce annual statistics in the millions.

The women of the American Legion Auxiliary make a difference in the lives of all Americans. They educate children, organize community events and help our nation’s veterans through legislative action and volunteerism. The American Legion Auxiliary is the world’s largest women’s patriotic service organization with nearly 1 million members in 10,100 communities. Auxiliary members are a unique group of women, joined in the fellowship of volunteerism, patriotism and dedicated to veterans, young people and communities.

Our Role

We take our role as a veterans service organization seriously; meeting the needs of veterans and keeping those needs front and center in the minds of the American public!

Few people realize that:

  • The Auxiliary and the Legion are often centers for community and civic activities in mid-America, and provide a focal point for citizens’ involvement.
  • The Auxiliary raises more than $18 million every year and reinvests those funds in VA medical centers and community programs.
  • Thousands of hours are devoted to crime prevention programs, instructing children, the elderly and the general public on safety, crime prevention and protection within the community.
  • Auxiliary volunteers are the backbone of assistance in the 171 VA Medical Centers.
  • They not only provide diversion and entertainment for patients, but assist the hospital staff in physical and psychological therapy, clerical and many other duties that would otherwise cost American taxpayers millions of dollars.
  • The Auxiliary deals with issues such as drug and alcohol abuse, missing and abused children, teen suicide and teen pregnancy. Its services touch the lives of all Americans directly or indirectly.
  • More than 20 nationwide programs receive support and financial aid from the American Legion Auxiliary.