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    Dose your auxiliary cost you more than they are raising for you?
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    Dose anybody care?

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    No. I am on the Ladies Auxiliary of my dept.as well as a firefighter and first responser. we get what we need but it is not costing more than we raise

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    our auxiliary is all but officially dissolved, and its quite a MF trying to actually get people into it to get it up and running again. Anyone got any ideas on that
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    our aux. just got atarted back up. and the money is not an issue. they help us out in the areas that they can and they have their own money.

    for trying to get your aux. started up. the best thing I can say is write up a letter and give it to all of the people on your department that have a significant other. ie. wife,husband,girlfriend,boyfriend. and just ask them.
    "if you ask they will come"

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    Quote Originally Posted by DougVelting
    our auxiliary is all but officially dissolved, and its quite a MF trying to actually get people into it to get it up and running again. Anyone got any ideas on that
    For one thing the ladies in the auxiliary have to get along with each other for it work. I have heard of some disasters but, with the right people it can work. I have seen the ladies at work and it helps a lot to have them help us out.
    Respect.

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