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Sons of the American Legion - Detachment of Wisconsin

 

 

Hope to see you at the Spring DEC in Portage April 24th, however I know many squadron members will be attending the Spring District Conferences.

 

Posted on our web site www.wisal.org, is the April 12, 2010, membership report all the reports are listed under Membership Reports.

 

Michael Lawler, Detachment Adjutant


S.A.L. Detachment Meeting

The following information was mailed to your Squadron Primary Contact person of record in March, this is your reminder to attend.

  Spring DEC April 24 2010

Official Call to the Spring DEC April 24 2010

Commander Kelly Powers announces the Official Call to the Spring Detachment Executive Committee.

You are hereby invited by the Sons of The American Legion Detachment of Wisconsin to attend the Spring Detachment Executive Committee Meeting and Standing Commissions / Committees and Sub-Committees Meetings.

To be held Saturday April 24, 2010 at 8:45 AM, at the Sons of The American Legion Headquarters, 2930 American Legion Dr, Portage WI 53901 608-745-1090

 


Adjutants Update

The latest edition of the Adjutants Update has been mailed to your Squadron Primary Contact person and should arrive in their mailbox shortly.

Click here to read it now, Adjutants Update.

In this mailing was:

·         the Adjutants Update page1 and page 2,

·         the April 12, 2010 Membership Report,

·         the Consolidated Report Form,

·         Convention Delegate Information

·         the Cow Pin Order Form

·         Updated Agenda for the DEC

Please share this information with your fellow squadron officers and members.


Regional and National Reports

Bad News: We continue our downhill slide; we are now 21st in the nation and 6th in the region for membership.

Good News: We reached our national goal of 90 percent; thank you all, but we have a ways to go to reach 105 percent and garner the Triple Nickel Award.

Bad News: For retention, we are now 12th in the nation and 5th in the region.  PLEASE! Get your renewals transmitted promptly.

(Central Region) Dennis L. Theobald (IA)

Detachment

Goal

Actual

Percent

MINNESOTA

10,632

10,027

94.310

INDIANA

36,074

33,681

93.366

MICHIGAN

20,408

18,883

92.527

ILLINOIS

14,957

13,808

92.318

OHIO

30,428

27,973

91.932

WISCONSIN

3,158

2,901

91.862

IOWA

2,760

2,497

90.471

MISSOURI

3,135

2,770

88.357

Totals

121,552

112,540

92.586


Annual Awards

The Detachment has awards in recognition for all you and your squadrons do. Now is the time of the year your squadron gets to brag! 

Program Awards from the Consolidated Report form
We collect the information for these awards when you fill out your Consolidated Report Form

·         ROBERT WILCOX "PLAQUE" for Best Americanism Program

·         RAYMOND FAUST "PLAQUE" for  Best Blood Program

·         LILLIAN PRIEST "PLAQUE" for Best Children and Youth Program

·         MARY ANN NELSON (M.A.N.) "PLAQUE" for Best Community Service Program

·         THOMAS A. KNOX "PLAQUE" for Best Rehabilitation Program

·         DON PRIEST "PLAQUE" for Best overall programs and Activities, from Annual Reports

Membership Awards

Taken from the membership transmitted and processed through June 1st

·         JACK KEY "PLAQUE" This plaque goes to the First Squadron to reach 110 % of its previous year's membership. The previous year's total is based on the amount turned in by the close of the Annual Convention.

·         ARMIN TEWS "PLAQUE" This award goes to the squadron that has attained the greatest percent increase in membership, over the last year by June 1st.

History Book Award

·         Dillman "PLAQUE" This award goes to the squadron that has submitted the best Squadron History Book.

Commanders Project Award

·         Commanders Project "PLAQUE" This award goes to the squadron that has made the greatest contribution per capita to the Commander Project.

We also have individual awards for outstanding members.

·         DENNIS F. STOCKFISCH, MERITORIOUS SERVICE AWARD. Awarded to the S.A.L. member who has shown outstanding leadership and devoted service to the Sons of The American Legion organization. This is the highest honor a member can receive.

·         JOHN E. WEBSTER, MEMBERSHIP SERVICE AWARD This award goes to the S.A.L. member who obtains the most New or Re-instated members over the last year, by May 31st.

 

 


Over Final Goal and Beyond

Outstanding job!

537 Harold Todd 17 50 294%
547 Lublin 19 45 237%
183 Genoa City  16 35 219%
  24 Lake Geneva 33 67 203%
284 Holmen 19 30 158%
  93 Tomahawk 14 21 150%
189 Watertown 30 44 147%
100 Sparta 32 43 134%
  10 Wausau 13 17 131%
143 St. Croix Falls 23 29 126%
171 Union Grove 13 16 123%
115 Elroy 14 17 121%
481 Madison 81 96 119%
108 Clear Lake 36 42 117%
333 Sun Prairie 25 29 116%
168 Glenwood City 22 25 114%
220 Soldiers Grove 33 37 112%
203 Federal 27 30 111%
151 Madison 19 21 111%
434 Oak Creek 19 21 111%
433 Barneveld 32 35 109%
  48 Beloit 25 27 108%
313 Black Earth 15 16 107%
180 Bay View 45 48 107%
  95 Delavan 16 17 106%


100-105

Keep up the Great Work!

214 Darlington 57 60 105%
118 Thorp 43 45 105%
245 Cross Plains 104 108 104%
294 Hartland 84 87 104%
  18 Milwaukee 66 68 103%
288 Cedarburg 53 54 102%
375 Mukwonago 64 65 102%
71 Pewaukee New 13 100%
196 Delafield 60 60 100%
544 Twin Lakes New 10 100%
305 Johnson Creek 19 19 100%
355 Grafton 42 42 100%
387 Franklin 18 18 100%
522 Hubertus 19 19 100%
  84 Monroe 12 12 100%
501 Madison 16 16 100%
172 North Freedom 24 24 100%
273 Grand Marsh  17 17 100%
444 F. D. Roosevelt 12 12 100%
406 General King 20 20 100%


81-99

 

Just a few more members to go, we know you can do it!

534 McFarland 73 72 99%
120 Tanner-Paull 25 24 96%
129 Black River Falls 40 38 95%
121 River Falls 54 51 94%
    1 Germantown 17 16 94%
  23 Cudworth 41 38 93%
  38 Appleton 54 50 93%
  15 Juneau 11 10 91%
  62 Columbus 11 10 91%
366 Princeton 22 20 91%
405 Dousman 43 39 91%
538 Carlton 44 39 89%
  67 Lake Mills 49 43 88%
437 Mazomanie 57 50 88%
116 Coon Valley 24 21 88%
449 Brookfield 86 73 85%
73 Neilsville 19 16 84%
150 Wausaukee  25 21 84%
157 Horicon 31 26 84%
  11 Green Bay 37 31 84%
209 Orfordville 93 77 83%
  52 La Crosse 145 120 83%
158 Maiden Rock 37 30 81%


46-77

We are counting on you to pull us through to win the Triple Nickel Award.  Time is running out.

155 Westby 22 17 77%
  27 South Milwaukee 13 10 77%
  53 Eau Claire 34 26 76%
  21 Kenosha 37 28 76%
  54 Marshfield 20 15 75%
  91 Oconomowoc 28 19 68%
339 Almond 33 22 67%
417 French Island 32 21 66%
117 Shawano 43 28 65%
243 Plymouth 20 13 65%
  70 Oshkosh 24 15 63%
347 Lomira 35 21 60%
336 Onalaska 69 39 57%
  51 West Salem 57 32 56%
  75 Fond du Lac 50 26 52%
271 Poynette 50 25 50%
416 Greendale 33 16 48%
  44 Wabeno 35 16 46%

 


Less Than Ten

We know you are working on this, please let us know what we can do to help.

385 Verona 9 3 **
302 Oconto Falls 13 8 **
326 Boyd 11 0 **
63 Clintonville 4 4 **

 
Sons of the American Legion - Detachment of Wisconsin