Big thanks to those who showed up to participate in the Voice of Democracy judging: Billy & Janet Alford, QM Doug Roberson, Commander John Skinner, Sr Vice Bob Ward, Jeff Carroll, and a visitor from Missouri, Hanna Algaier came back just to help judge. We had a good time reviewing the 10 entries. Thanks again.
Post 2667 and its Auxiliary got together to judge 50+ Patriot's Pen entries tonight. Thanks to everyone who showed up to help out.
Thanking our Veterans this week with snacks. Thank you to Thomas Crossroads Chick-fil-A for the tray of mini chicken biscuits this morning.
If you haven't already, please make sure to vote. It is both your right and your responsibility. Research the candidates and cast your ballot for those that support veterans.
Little ghosts and goblins made their way to the VFW at the CVC tonight for a great time. Thanks to everyone who came out and to those who volunteered to make it happen. Our auxiliaries rock!
Legacy Life membership enables VFW Life members to leave a lasting impression on our great organization.
Each level offers generous benefits reserved exclusively for Legacy Life members. Once your Legacy Life membership begins, an annual endowment in your name will be made to your Post, Department and the national organization. You will feel confident knowing your contributions to our organization are not only helping today’s veterans but the veterans of tomorrow.
You may also purchase a Memorial Legacy in the name of a deceased VFW Life member to help future generations know and remember their sacrifice and contributions.
Three prestigious levels of Legacy Life membership are available: Gold, Silver and Bronze.
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Emory Healthcare Veterans Program for those w/ PTSD, MST (Military Sexual Trauma), Depression, Anxiety & TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury)
The Post presented certificates of honor to two of our Korean War veterans at the Post meeting. Pictured: State Sr Vice Commander Jeff Carroll, Korean War veteran Willis Byrd, Korean War veteran Charles Kennedy, Post 2667 Commander John Skinner.