American Legion Post 206
Helen K. Osmundson was a member of the Women’s Army Corps and a Signal Corps officer. Her dates of service were 19 October 1943 to 4 January 1947. She later became District 5 Adjutant in 1958 and District 5 Commander in 1960. In 1967 Helen was nominated as a candidate for “Colorado Women of Achievement Award”. Helen passed away on March 4, 1985. On February 26, 1957 Frank P. Lynch Jr. (Department Commander), presented the post with a permanent charter. And so the Women’s Metropolitan Post 206, Aurora, Colorado was officially born.
For more history on Post 206 please click on the “history” link.
Your new Officers for 2018-2019 are:
Commander Deb Davis,
1st Vice Commander Kathleen Crowe,
2nd Vice Commander Angie Johnson,
Adjutant Betty Jantz,
Chaplain Kathy Haley,
Historian Marie Verrett,
Sgt-at-arms Kathleen Crowe.
Thank you all for your vote of confidence.
Deb Davis has been working on the 100th Anniversary Celebration of The American Legion by updating the Post’s information on
the website: http://centennial.legion.org/colorado/post206
MEMBERSHIP – We are at 110%. 67 members! AN ALL TIME HIGH!