Per revised Safe Start Phase 2 guidance, the canteen will be closed again, starting on July 30th. Per VFW National guidance, business meetings can, and will, continue.
Excerpt: "Today the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States reaffirms its commitment to that chartered purpose by first recognizing that in order to end racism within our organization it is not enough to be non-racist/non-discriminatory: we must be proactive. While we focus on education and mentorship we work to identify, address, and eradicate any and all forms of racial bias and discrimination. We will work to eliminate racial injustices and discriminatory practices within our organization. The VFW’s leadership is united in the pursuit to end racial bias and discrimination while empowering our members and the greater veteran community towards this collective goal."
VFW Post 7392 supports both the National and Department of Washington student essay programs and National Teacher of the Year Program, as we are dedicated to promoting patriotism and investing in our future generation.
COVID-19 Update "Safe Start" Phase 2, Revision
Per revised Safe Start Phase 2 guidance, the canteen will be closed again, starting on July 30th. Per VFW National guidance, business meetings can continue.If you require assistance from the VFW, and the building is not open, contact the following people (if someone doesn’t answer please leave a message):
- Canteen issues: Megan Collins/Kevin Collins 360-720-6943/360-672-5338
- Post Access: Perry Taylor/Mark Johnson 360-969-2467/360-440-3333
- Service Officer: Chuck Bond 360-720-4401
- Chaplain: Wes Wilson 360-675-6423
...we want to welcome today's military service members into our ranks to become part of our elite group.
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