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Lunch served Monday - Friday  11am - 2pm. 

There are new rules for the lakes usage.  Flyers will be posted at the Lakes and at the Post or click here.

Those interested in attending PTSD meetings may do so at 10am each Thursday (barring holidays or conflicting Post activities) in the Conference room at the Post.  Contact Jim Stroman (949) 510-7888 for more info.

Canteen hours Monday - Friday 10 a.m. til closing. Saturday 8 a.m. til closing and Sunday Noon til closing.

The Commander and President will be in their respective offices every Monday night.  Come by for a visit or with a question or concern.

The Avenue of Flags is raising funds to improve Cape County Park with adding more flags.  Ask what you can do to help. 

Discounts for Members!!!

· Jaycee Golf Course - $6.00 off weekdays from 11 a.m.- 4 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday after 2.  Lowes 10% off for Veterans with military ID card such as retired or active.  VFW membership, DD-214 or other military card is not allowed for discount.

July 2016 Newsletter

  Commanders Comments    Posted on June 30, 2016

Comrades and Families,

I'd like to say thank you to all those who work for the VFW.  You may or may not know some of these people but I believe that they go above and beyond their job description.  Mike at the lakes has gotten thousands of dollars worth of material donated, Gary here at the Post at night not only cleans floors but changes light bulbs anf cleans gutters.  David, the new cook, has worked a new menu and added some things of his recipes.  Our Bartenders know their customers and do other duties...All of these efforts make this Post better for all.  If you see any of these people, tell them thanks.

Yours in service,

Joe Wolsey, Commander Post #3838   

Dear Auxiliary Members,

Happy Independence Day!  Great time to reflect on what all our veterans have done for us, and the current service men and women serving to protect our freedoms today.  With the new year ahead lots of planning and ideas going around.  Stressed in the last meeting was the need of our 509 members to participate more, keep records of events that they have done, and make sure all year end reports are complete and turned in on time.  Best way to do this is to have a copy of the year end report on hand and review monthly what is asked of us.  The items listed is to help the Veterans we love and support.  The programs that are done in our Auxiliary is to be helpful in the community to educate the public of what the VFW and Auxiliary mean, and that we are here for our Veterans and families.  Over 100 years the Auxiliary has supported the Post and the veterans of foreign wars, now let's support our own Auxiliary with volunteering and participating in the committees we have.  Can you help with phone calls, letter writing, handing out flags, Post events, or help at Bingo?

I need updated phone numbers since most members went to cellphone numbers and not home numbers, or email addresses.  Please text or email me with your name and numbers.  All your help is greatly appreciated and very much needed.  I am available for you every Monday night from 6pm to 8pm at the Auxiliary office at the Post, but you can communicate with me any time. 

Yours always,

Sandy Prichard, Auxiliary President

If you or someone you know are in need of medical equipment such as walkers, wheelchairs, canes, etc...the Post has equipment available to loan for no charge. 

We have members who have volunteered to visit with members who are hospitalized.  If you know of someone or you yourself are hospitalized please let us know.

New Members VFW - Van J. White

Auxiliary VFW New Members – Sharon Simpkins, Sheila George

Please make these new members feel welcome!

VFW - Joe Mason, Jimmy Musgraves

VFW Auxiliary - Mary Pruitt, Mary Tripp, Sharon Simpkins

 "Day is done, Gone the sun, From the lake, From the hill, From the sky, All is well, Safely rest, God is nigh"

If you are aware of a member who has passed away or is ill, please let us know.

Arthur W. Adams, James A. Allen, Martin G. Bierschwal, William Brandon, Charles F. Bridges, Clarence R. Brown, Silas E. Campbell, Frank R. Chandler, Bennett J. Crites, Robert A. Faust, Willard F. Fisher, Grover L. Goebel, Daniel F. Hagerty, George L. Hampton, John Hancock, Robert D. Harrison, Emil H. Henneke, Ollie M. Jacobs, W. C. Kaempfer, Ray Kain, Albert D. Knight, Jesse F. Lawler, Peter A. McGuerty, H. G. Miller, Russell H. Miller, Champ C. Neavill, Frank M. Pulliam, Clyde D. R. Randol, William Schmittzehe, Frank Schoen,Tivus J. Seabaugh, Otto B. Shepard, V. S. Sitze, Roy L. Smith, Ben W. Snider, William A. Tackett, Joseph P. Tarr, Irl E. Trickey, Authur C. Vogelsang, Elmer E. Vosburgh, John D. Walley, Jesse J. Watkins, Walter W. Wedekind, John H. Young

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