County Executive Steve Ballone held a press conference about the next Suffolk County Marathon which will include a trophy that Active Duty Units can compete for between the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force and Coast Guard.
Commander Rogers at the Aug meeting of the Greater Patchogue Foundation talking about Lights on Veterans and Veteran related issues around Patchogue.
Members of Post 2913 gathered to complete more updates to the post, which includes the TV donated by Dr. Steven Brook and the painting donated by Pastor Chuck.
Members of Post 2913 were out pushing Buddy Poppies at the Aug Alive After Five events.
Members of Post 2913 held their family meet up at the Village Idiot as a thank you for their continued support to the Post and Veterans.
Commander Rogers was part of a panel talking about Toxic Exposure within the military and the struggles of Veterans dealing with exposure.
Past Commander Hal O’Neill and VFW Post 2913 had their stones placed on Main Street as part of the new order for Lights on Veterans program. Afterwards some of the members joined Hal and his family for lunch at RHUMs
A great night was had by all that went to Rudi’s “Salute to Veterans” Thanks to Mike and the Staff there, the post was able to raise money for our upcoming annual programs, like student scholarship programs, support for veteran related programs, and post programs. Thanks to Past County Commander George Barrett, Past Commander ScottContinue reading “Fundraiser at Rudi’s”
Dear Comrades; Over this last year we have seen a lot of changes in the post. We have seen new members come in and old members head to the great unknown. Many projects have been done around the post. Starting with Home Depot coming in and Dr. Brooks donating the new stove and TVContinue reading “Aug 2018 Letter from the Commander”
At the August meeting we had a visit from Russel and his dog from Paws of War who explained the importance of service dogs with veterans dealing with more than physical ailments. The post also donated 500.00 to Paws of War to help them continue in their program to help veterans get service dogs. TheContinue reading “August meeting”