Jun 20 2017

Bass Pro Raffle Winners 2017

Yeti Cooler Package  LARRY CHANCE  
$250 BPS Gift Card CINDY THOMPSON  
$250 BPS Gift Card J BURRIS  
$250 BPS Gift Card THERESA IRWIN  
$500 BPS Gift Card TOM ASHTON  
$500 BPS Gift Card  Post 1503  
$500 BPS Gift Card MARION TUNE  
$500 BPS Gift Card JANET RIGNEY  
$500 BPS Gift Card MIKE PENN  
Garmin Striker 7CV H TANNER  
Midland 2-Way Radios ADAM FARRAR  
Cobra Hand Held Radio JAMES KAZMER  
Minn Kota Trolling Motor LINDA SCOTT  
Boom Bottle Radio/Speaker JOHNNY J MOYE  
Ascend D10 Kayak DANIEL AGUILAR  
Char-Broil Gas Grill SCOTT PRICE  
Masterbuilt Digital Smoker LECLAIN  
Rocker Recliner RICK PERKINS  
Hero5 Black GoPro Camera TOM HINES  
Fishing Trolley DAVE & KIM  
RedHead 18 Gun Safe BRITTANY HITE  
M-999I Game Camera MIKE PENN  
Wetland Hunter Dog Collar MATT IVANJACK  
Knife Sharpener JOHN SUTTON  
Vortex Ranger 1000 Rangefinder DOUGLAS BUTLER  
Diamondback Binoculars FRANK #882  
Costa 580P Sunglasses BRANDON SIAH  
Penn Spinfish Combo LARRY BOND  
Texsport Hammock/Stand DOROTHY C  
Casio Pathfinder Watch DAVID ROYS  
BPS 3 in 1 Cooker TANNER MCCAREY  
Thunderhawk Crossbow Pkg JOE SALYES  
Parker Enforcer Crossbow  JOHN SALOZTI  
Pflueger Combo STEVE BYRNE  
Yeti Tundra 35 Cooler RICHARD HARRY  
Ruger 10/22 THOMAS MURRAY  
Yeti Tundra 45 Cooler LEE WALTERS  
1873 Cattleman BARBARA ROMAN  
Henry Golden Boy .22 cal WAYNE BREWSTER  
Savage 10 NORMA GRANT  
Remington 870 CHARLIE THEBARGE  
Ruger 22/44 Post 1503  
Tikka T3X Lite WARREN HARPER  
Henry Big Boy .44 mag ROGER SPARKS  
Winchester SX3 12 ga WALTER SCHATZ JR  
Browning BPS 12 ga D WREN  
Ruger AR 556 MSR JASON TOLSON  
1875Army Outlaw .45 cal BOB NEIL  
Browning Maxus 12 ga JERRY LIPTRAP  
Arctic Cat  MIKE HIRSCH  

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Jun 08 2017

Valley Veterans Ride For Heroes

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Jun 08 2017

Veterans Job Fair

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Apr 07 2017

BASS PRO RAFFLE

Visit your local Post and get your ticket now.

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Feb 14 2017

Bataan Death March Walk

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Jan 18 2017

VFW RIDERS VIRGINIA POKER RUN

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Sep 08 2016

VFW 2016 Federal Elections Survey

There are 2.2 million service members and 21 million veterans. Including spouses, surviving parents and voting age children, the estimated military/veteran voting bloc exceeds 100 million.
However, America’s military/veteran population is politically and ideologically even, according to a CNN/Gallup/USA Today poll taken in 2004, which was the last time two veterans ran for president.

With another federal election year upon us, the VFW believes it is important to survey our members to better understand how our community thinks.

The 16-question survey will run through Sept. 12, 2016. Click here to take the survey, and be sure to share it with other comrades.

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Aug 27 2016

VFW 2016 Federal Elections Survey

Please take the VFW 2016 Federal Elections Survey. Please be sure to share the survey with all comrades: https://www.research.net/r/VFW2016FederalElectionSurvey.
o Service members, veterans, their spouses, surviving parents and voting age children comprise a voting bloc of an estimated 100 million individuals.
o America’s military/veteran population is politically and ideologically even, according to a CNN/Gallup/USA Today poll taken in 2004, which was the last time two of veterans ran for president.
o With another federal election year upon us, the VFW believes it is important to survey our members to better understand how our community thinks.
o The 16-question VFW 2016 Federal Elections Survey will run through Sept. 12, 2016.

Permanent link to this article: http://vfwva.org/national-vfw-news/vfw-2016-federal-elections-survey/

Aug 25 2016

VFW Department of Virginia Special Service Project October 2016

VFW Department of Virginia Special Service Project October 201

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http://www.giveanhour.org/ForVolunteers.aspx

 

Military Community Outreach Volunteer

Duties:

Choose one or more of the following:
1, ” Contact your local VA Hospital, Vets Center, military base, Reserve unit, National Guard unit, Airman Family Readiness Center, Army Community Services, Fleet and Family Support Center, or Family Assistance Center to see about distributing brochures (then let us know how many brochures you’ll need).
2. ” Connect with veterans service organizations in your area (American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, AmVets, USO, etc.). As organizations in each community tend to vary, we invite you to research what is available in your community. You can introduce the local organization to Give an Hour and offer to provide them with brochures to distribute to their members.
3. ” If there is a large military population in your community, you can contact local schools and offer to give teachers and staff information about Give an Hour. Schools can be another source of referrals to Give an Hour providers.
4. ” Contact the advertising departments of your local Base or Post newspapers as well as lifestyle magazines in your community and ask them to run the Give an Hour ad as a public service announcement. (A PDF of the GAH ad may be found on our website, under News, Press Releases.).
5. ” Connect with Base or Post Spouses Clubs including Officers Spouses Club and Enlisted Spouses Club. You can introduce the local organization to Give an Hour and offer to provide them with brochures to distribute to their members.
6. ” Ask primary care providers at your Military Treatment Facility to display Give an Hour brochures. We know that primary care physicians are often the first to refer folks for mental health services, so they should be aware that we exist. Let us know how many brochures you need.
7. ” Contact local community leaders such as Chaplains, First Sergeants, Key Spouses, or other unit leaders to let them know about Give an Hour. Write a letter, send a brochure, or meet with them personally.
8. ” Consider sending a letter-to-the-editor in your local Base or Post newspaper about Give an Hour.

Minimum age:

18

Availability needed:

Ongoing

Here’s how to get started:

Thank you for your interest in Give an Hour. Our recruiting process for volunteers is designed to enlist both mental health and general volunteers who can use their skill?sets, expertise, and business acumen to better the lives of those individuals and families affected by the post-9/11 conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. Our volunteer process ensures that you are among a dedicated and hand?picked group of volunteers working in concert to aid our constituency. We respect, value, and appreciate your time and your willingness to volunteer. After registering, you will be emailed information on the Volunteer Information Center Portal.

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Jul 13 2016

State School of Instruction and Council of Administration Change

School Form with Letter.pdf (338 downloads)

 

Click above to see letter about the  changes and hotel info for the State School of Instruction and Council of Administration changes.

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