Marine Corps League Auxiliary

Marine Corps League Auxiliary

Who We Are:

The Marine Corps League Auxiliary was chartered on September 4, 1937 as a subsidiary organization of the Marine Corps League. On August 25, 1950, the Auxiliary was incorporated under the laws of the District of Columbia as an affiliate of the Marine Corps League. The Auxiliary was formed for the purposes of promoting the interests of the U. S. Marine Corps, the Marine Corps League and to protect and advance the welfare of Marines and their dependents. Auxiliary members participate in a wide variety of programs that benefit and preserve the fundamental rights and freedoms of every person of this Nation, young and old.

There are three things you can do: 

1. Attend monthly meetings; 

2. Recruit New Members & renew current Members; 

3. Volunteer

What We Do

VA Hospital Volunteers

Nursing Homes

Child Welfare and Youth Programs

Civic Affairs

Assistance to the Elderly

Aiding Veterans' Families

Community Support

Local Community Parades


Toys for Tots

Operation Little Angel

And more

Who is Eligible:

Wives, Widows, Mothers, Stepmothers, Sisters, Daughters, Stepdaughters, Grandmothers, Granddaughters, Daughters-in-Law, Aunts, Nieces, Mothers-in-Law and Sisters-in-Law of a Marine or FMF Corpsman eligible to belong to the Marine Corps League and Women Marines (former, active and reserves) of a Marine or FMF Corpsman eligible to belong to the Marine Corps League, Inc. (not less than sixteen (16) years of age.)


Jennifer Flath at (612) 669-4812 for more information.

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Dan Nelson
Glad to see our Auxiliary posted up! Thanks Jennifer. BTW, to our Marine sisters.. you are eligible (and encouraged) to join the... Read More
Saturday, 15 April 2017 04:50
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Even if you don't need help, be prepared to help other veterans.

Attention veterans!

If you are like me, you served without promises of 'benefits' or 'awards' or 'recognition'. You served because it's the right thing to do as well as being an Honor.

But, because you served, you are appreciated, recognized, and deserving of benefits for your service. With that, before you do anything else today, visit the WAServes website.Right now.Don't refill your coffee cup, go shopping, or pick up a screwdriver to fix something. Go straight to http://washington.americaserves.org/.

Maybe you don't need help or assistance.Maybe you are doing well enough to not even consider using the benefits you earned.But this is more than about you.Like I said, if you are anything like me, you always put others ahead of yourself, whether it be for the country or your Brothers-in-arms.Check out http://washington.americaserves.org/ to learn how all veterans can be helped, because the more you know, the more you can refer others who may need the services offered.

Whether you need veteran benefits and services or not, you have the opportunity to know about what is available to help others who may not know or have the opportunity to find out.

I know you are like me.That is why you put others before yourself.And that is why it you should know the services available to veterans so you can be prepared to help out someone when the day comes.That day will come, so be ready, just like I am.

Semper Fi.

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Veterans Resource Fair

Veterans Resource Fair

To register or Volunteer for The Veterans Resource Fair on the 13th of May 2017 CLICK HERE and register at Nine9line.org

On Saturday, May 13th 2017, 9am - 3pm, we again will provide our Veterans community of the Puget Sound area (Pierce, King, Kitsap, and Thurston County's) with a FREE Veterans Resource Fair that will have providers for the following sections:
· Community Services
· VA Benefits
· Legal Services
· Homeless Services/ At Risk
· Educational Benefits
· Medical Screenings and Dental Resources
· Jobs/Apprenticeship/Training and vocational opportunities
· Female Veterans Resources
· Active Duty Transition Assistance
· Financial Education/ Assistance
· Housing and home ownership
· Justice System Related Reintegration Services
· Disability Claims/ Benefits
· Widows/ Widowers Benefits

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Distinguished Citizenship Award for Eagle Scouts


The Marine Corps League considers it an Honor and Privilege to recognize America's future leaders for earning the Boy Scouts of America Eagle Scout Award by presenting them the Marine Corps League's "Good Citizenship Award" Certificate and to have the Eagle Scout become aware of the skills that he has mastered to become an Eagle Scout are also held in very high regards by the Marine Corps League and Corporations throughout the United States.

On Saturday, March 8, 2017, Eagle Scout Matthew Pand of Troop #517, received the "Good Citizenship Award", at the Court of Honor Ceremony held at the Peace Lutheran Church, Kent, WA., presented by Pete Hupperten III, Adjutant/Paymaster.Contact Rick Flath, Senior Vice Commandant - Detachment Scouting Coordinator if you have any questions at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it...

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Congratulations on your Eagle, Matt. I never made it (resigned at Life to charter an Explorer Post - tough choice..). You're no... Read More
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2nd Annual Puget Sound Marines Golf Tournament

"2016 Golf Tournament Cancelled" due to unforeseen circumstances. Sorry for any inconvenience

---Detachment 336---

Golf Tournament at Willows Run in Redmond, Washington

August 25,  2016

  Be sure to check the Golf Tournment page for registration, sponsorship, and schedule information at" Golf Tournament.


The Puget Sound Marine Corps League Detachment #336, Second Annual Golf Tournament is a fundraising event to benefit injured Marines through the  “Marines Helping Marines”, and to assist local US Marines and families in crisis; as well as the Seattle Young Marines, Toys for Tots, General Fund, and local patriotic events.

Cost is $125 per player. Get a foursome or we will match you with other players! Support the Marines!  For more information, see http://www.pugetsoundmarines.org/index.php/2016-03-12-05-14-51/golf-tournament


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Marine Corps League Detachment 336 Rose Program

Marine Corps League Rose Program: In 1778, during the War of Independence, the Marine Corps Rose was dedicated to those Marines who made the Ultimate Sacrifice for their country. This tradition was continued by the French during World War One when the Marines attacked the Germans in the trenches at Belleau Wood, Roses were planted by the grateful French people at the graves of the Fallen Marines. When and where ever you see Leaguers or Young Marines distributing these remembrances take and wear one proudly.

This Memorial Day Weekend, MCL Detachment #336 will be at 5 venues in Bellevue, Bothell, Issaquah, Mill Creek and Tukwila.

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