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Stop In To The VFW And Help Us Support Our Local Veterans And Our Community

 


The first priority of the VFW is to serve our fellow veterans in ways too numerous to mention, helping them when needed. Out motto is to “honor the fallen by helping the living.” Our VFW is open to all military men and women, as well as the public.

The VFW is not just a bar; it is here to serve our fellow veterans and also be active in our community. Some of the ways we stay active in the community are: We give from $1,000 to $4,000 in scholarships each year. We donate to numerous clubs and organizations such as Boys and Girls Club, Richland Hockey, Richland County Youth Rodeo, Marshal Arts Club, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, Richland Shriners, DUI Task Force, Cancer Coalition, High School Proms in Sidney, Fairview and Savage, Sidney High School Band, Sidney Leo Club, Montana Police Officers Association, Sidney Fire Department, Sidney Jaycees, Matthew House, VFW National Home for Children, Memorial Day Parade program and potluck and VFW Honor Ride.

The annual Poppy Drive funds go into a Needy Veteran account and none of this money can be used for anything other than needy veterans.

The VFW Post is in need of fellow veterans to honor our fallen by joining the Honor Guard and helping with funerals. The Post furnishes the jacket, trousers and cover. Think about and consider helping out with this honor.

Come and check us out. If you are a veteran of a foreign war we meet the second Thursday of each month at 7:30, we’re always looking for new members.

 

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