2014 - CELEBRATING OUR 44th YEAR
with over 1100 members
VFW Post 10209
14736 Edward R Noll Dr.
Spring Hill, FL 34609
9-10-14 Updated Home, & Documents Pages
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Don't forget there will be a "911" Ceremony on Thursday, 9/11.
VFW Post 10209 in conjunction with the New York City Retired Fire Fighters will
host the Ceremony commencing at 9:11AM. Breakfast will be available at the
Post from 8AM to 11AM. Come out and see the Memorial and join us in
remembering those who perished on 9-11-01. The Public is welcome to attend
NOTICE: Join us
for Happy Hour in the Canteen - Daily 3-6PM - 50 cents off all drinks.
Also Michelob Amber Bock 16 oz. draft beer is a $1.00.
Reminder to check
your email to complete a survey on General Meeting start time preferences.
Your participation is appreciated.
NOTICE: Post is
looking for donations of any wheelchairs that you may have that are no longer
being used or needed. We have needy Vets that would appreciate your
Reminder that the next VFW General
Meeting will be conducted at 6PM on September 24th. The meeting will be held in
the Hall. A vote will be made during the meeting to change the meeting
time from 6PM to 7PM. You must be present to have your vote counted.
WE WANT YOU!!
Tired of just sitting around the house
wondering what to do? We have an answer for you. Join us each Sunday morning
at 7AM to help mow, edge and clean up the Post grounds. Bob Ross is the team
leader and will make sure that your chores are done quickly and safely. Thanks
in advance for your help in improving our facility.
Please Join us for Friday
Night Entertainment - No Cover Charge and All are Welcome.
NOTICE: Reminder we are a
NOTICE: VFW Post Service Officer VFW
Members can contact our post service officer, John Houyou to assist in reviewing
your benefit options. Please contact John at 352-584-1863 to arrange for an
NOTICE: RETIRING UNITED STATES
FLAG When the United States flag (Old Glory) becomes worn, torn, faded or
badly soiled, it is time to replace it with a new flag. The old flag should be
"retired" with all the dignity and respect befitting our nation's flag. If you
have a flag that needs to be retired please turn it in at the Post Canteen and
the flag will be properly retired. (Ref.: United States Code Title 4, Chapter 1,
Section 8, Point K).