Sons of AMVETS newsletter

Sons of AMVETS

Sons of AMVETS commander  John P. Mohlis Cell Phone 290-7524

The Sons of AMVETS will meet August 13 @ 7:00. I encourage all members to attend and discuss projects we can support and activities which the Sons can be involved. Volunteers are always needed for the Fish Fry, Steak nights, or hosting our own Steak night. We have a beautiful facility. Consider attending events sponsored by the WAVP or the other organizations. Where else in town can you get a steak meal, done the way you like, reasonably priced, cocktails and many beer selections, and great people?

Two suggested projects would be needs for the LZ Phoenix house or Retrieving Freedom. To get more information on this, or other ways the Sons of AMVETS are supporting our Community and Veterans and their families, please plan to attend a meeting and get involved. Our main project has been the can collection bin. Through this we have been able to generate scholarships for deserving graduates. Their future is America’s future!

Remember our Veterans for the service they have done and are doing for our freedom.

Sons of AMVETS

Sons of AMVETS commander  John P. Mohlis Cell Phone 290-7524

I would like to wish everyone a safe and happy 4th of July. We will be meeting again the 2nd Monday night of the month at 6:30 for our monthly meeting and we will be deciding what we want to do for our next project. All of our members we can use your input. Please keep in  your  prayers our active vets for a safe journey and also thank you to all who haved served in the past. Hope to see more sons at our next meeting July 9th.

Remember our Veterans for the service they have done and are doing for our freedom.

June Sons of AMVETS News

Sons of AMVETS commander  John P. Mohlis Cell Phone 290-7524

Shelby Johnson and Abigael Thier are the Sons Scholarship winners, both getting $500. We will be giving them out at 5:00 June 4th at the club. Congrats to both for outstanding resume’s and grades. Also I would like to thank all of our present and past veterans for the service they gave to us and our country. We don’t get to honor you enough in my opinion. Please keep all who our serving currently in your prayers for a safe journey and those who have past away in your hearts for there service to us.  We also have a sons meeting every month the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 6:30. We need more Sons to attend and be supportive. Just being a member isn’t enough. We need more to get involved.

We continue to use the money collected from the can redemption bin located at the WAVP for the scholarships, so please remember to drop of your cans and bottles.
Remember our Veterans for the service they have done and are doing for our freedom.

Sons of AMVETS

Sons of AMVETS commander  John P. Mohlis Cell Phone 290-7524

The Sons will be awarding a scholarship again this year. We continue to use the money collected from the can redemption bin located at the WAVP for the scholarships, so please remember to drop of your cans and bottles.
Remember our Veterans for the service they have done and are doing for our freedom.

Sons of AMVETS

Sons of AMVETS commander  John P. Mohlis Cell Phone 290-7524

The Sons will be awarding a scholarship again this year. If you would like an application, you may contact me for a form. We continue to use the money collected from the can redemption bin located at the WAVP for the scholarships, so please remember to drop of your cans and bottles.

The Sons are looking to find more Sons to become active. Bring ideas to share for projects, volunteering, and helping the Sons of AMVETS grow in membership.

Remember our Veterans for the service they have done and are doing for our freedom.

Son’s of AMVETS News

The Sons will be meeting March 12th @ 7:00 and are looking to find more Sons to become active. Bring ideas to share for projects, volunteering, and helping the Sons of AMVETS grow in membership.

Please continue to support the Auxiliary on their food nights and AMVETS on their Steak nights. These two activities raise money to be used for scholarships, community projects, and supporting Veteran’s needs and their families.

To find out more about what you can do to help, plan to attend the monthly meetings.

The Sons will be awarding a scholarship again this year. If you would like an application, you may contact me for a form. We continue to use the money collected from the can redemption bin located at the WAVP for the scholarships, so please remember to drop of your cans and bottles.

The Son’s are also looking into having a fishing Derby later this year. Please plan to attend future meetings if you are interested in helping out with this project and any future projects.

Sons of AMVETS

Sons of AMVETS
Commander
John Mohlis

Sons of AMVETS commander  John P. Mohlis Cell Phone 290-7524

The Sons will be awarding a scholarship again this year. If you would like an application, you may contact me for a form. We continue to use the money collected from the can redemption bin located at the WAVP for the scholarships, so please remember to drop of your cans and bottles.
Remember our Veterans for the service they have done and are doing for our freedom.

Sons of AMVETS

Sons of AMVETS
Commander
John Mohlis

Sons of AMVETS commander  John P. Mohlis Cell Phone 290-7524  

Please continue to support the Sons fundraiser of collecting cans and bottle for the redemption center. Through this effort we have been able to award scholarships to numerous High School Students. As Bob mentioned in his article, volunteers are always needed for the various events at the WAVP. The Sons have supported the monthly fish fry, which continues to grow each month. With this growth, more volunteers are needed to help with the food preparation, frying the fish, serving, and clean up. If you are able to help, please call me. I would like to see more of the Sons members attend our meetings to help plan other events, bring ideas for fundraising, and show support to our community, veterans and their families, and those currently serving our country.

Remember our Veterans for the service they have done and are doing for our freedom.