The mission of the American
Legion Auxiliary is:

To support the American Legion
programs for veterans, young people,
and community

To provide for today's needs while
being advocates for a brighter future

To advance the understanding of
patriotism and responsibility of
citizenship

To promote individual integrity and
family values

To ensure as volunteers, that Auxiliary
members continue to be the leaders
in all that is good in this nation today,
tomorrow and for generations to
come through serving others first and
not self.
About Us
American Legion Auxiliary
Department of Mississippi
District VI
Paulette Walley

Canton 67
Jackson 1
Jackson 91
Jackson 112
 
Jackson 214
Vicksburg 3
Vicksburg 213
Yazoo City 7
Yazoo City 201
Brandon 68
District IX
Voncille Cunningham

Bay St. Louis 139
Biloxi 33
 
Gautier/Vancleave 1992
Gulfport 119  
Hattiesburg 24   
Hattiesburg 225  
Moss Point 243
Pascagoula 160
Petal 146
Picayune 73
  
Standard 58   
Waveland 77
Lake Shore 152
Ocean Springs 42
Lucedale 53
District I
Ruth Benson

Aberdeen 26
Amory 25
W. Amory 239
 
Baldwyn 130
Corinth 6  
Corinth 20
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Fulton 51
New Albany 72
Pontotoc 16  
Ripley 81
Tishomingo 144
Tupelo 49
Iuka 15
District II
Ada Armstrong

Calhoun City 50
Sardis 127
 
Water Valley 27
Horn Lake 134
Nesbit 1990
District III
Mary Riddle

Clarksdale 28
Clarksdale 203
Cleveland 165
Greenville 32
Greenwood 29
Greenwood 200
    
Indianola 2
Indianola 206  
Mound Bayou 220
District IV
Sarah Childers

Ackerman 82  
Columbus 69  
Grenada 35
Kosciusko 44
Starkville 13
West Point 38
West Point 212
Winona 52
District V
Wendy Walters

Carthage 168
Carthage 219
Forest 9
Louisville 62
Meridian 21
Meridian 125
Meridian 257
 
Newton 89
Newton 236
Philadelphia 138
District VII  
Tibethia Smith

Liberty 76  
McComb 14  
Meadville 40
 
Natchez 228
Tylertown 56
Tylertown 120
Wesson 79
District VIII
Peggy McClusky

Bay Springs 71
Laurel 11
Laurel 210
SoSo 102
Mendenhall 74
Districts and Presidents
The Auxiliary, organized in 1919 to assist The American Legion, is much more than the
name implies. The organization has achieved its own unique identity while working
side-by-side with the veterans who belong to The American Legion. Like the Legion, the
Auxiliary's interests have broadened to encompass the entire community.

The American Legion Auxiliary is the world's largest women's patriotic service organization.
Through its nearly 10,500 Units located in every state and some foreign countries, the
Auxiliary embodies the spirit of America that has prevailed through war and peace. Along with
The American Legion, it solidly stands behind America and her ideals.

The Department of Mississippi has 81 units.  Mississippi has a long history of dedicated
service to veterans and our communities. (
Click here for history timeline.)

The Department is divided into nine districts, listed below (name and Unit number).
SOUTHERN AREA
CENTRAL AREA
NORTHERN AREA