The United States Coast
Guard Auxiliary is the uniformed, volunteer civilian component
of the Coast Guard, established by Congress in 1939 to assist in
promoting boating safety. It boasts nearly 27,000 members from
all walks of life who receive special training so that they may
be an integral part of Team Coast Guard. Auxiliarists assist the
Coast Guard in non-law enforcement programs such as public
boating education, Vessel Safety Checks, on-water safety
patrols, search and rescue and marine environmental protection. Auxiliarists donate more than 2
million hours annually to benefit other boaters and their
families. That’s why we’re called —
happy to have you visit Flotilla 21's Web site.
50 Years of Service! At the 12 January 2012
flotilla meeting, District Captain Sherry Kisver
presented flotilla member Harold Harris with a plaque
from the District commemorating Harold's 50 years of
service to the Coast Guard Auxiliary.
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