Sons of AMVETS newsletter

Sons of AMVETS

The Sons would like to thank the couple that helped to pick up cans after the strong wind.  It was very much appreciated. Please continue to support our can collection at the WAVP. The money is used for Scholarships and other projects at the WAVP. 
 
We hope everyone is staying safe and healthy during this difficult time.  We pray for our veterans and the active military people helping with the virus outbreak. 

Sons of AMVETS

If anyone missed the membership dinner, we urge you to come to the meeting this month to pay your dues so we can get everything sent in to the Nationals before the snowbirds go south.  The weather has not been very good this year for outdoor activities and projects, but we welcome any new ideas. Send dues % Sons of AMVETS:
Waverly Sons of AMVETS Post #79

Box 93

Waverly, Iowa 50677. 

We are continually looking for new members, new ideas and projects.

 

Keep our past and present veterans in your thoughts and prayers.

John Mohlis, commander

Sons of AMVETS

October 9th is the Annual Membership dinner for the Sons of AMVETS and is a night that dues of $35.00 may be paid. If you are unable to attend the dinner, please consider renewing and send your dues to Waverly AMVETS Post #79 Box 93 Waverly, Iowa 50677. 

We are continually looking for new members, new ideas and projects. We will not meet in October, but plan to attend upcoming meetings.

Thank you for your past support.

Sons of AMVETS

Our next meeting will be August 13th at 7:00.  I had the honor of giving a tour of our building to the National Sons of AMVETS officers and wives.  They were very impressed and said it was the nicest facility they had ever seen for an AMVETS post. They have toured a lot of posts all over the United States.   They couldn’t believe how many different things the our building has to offer.  It’s time for our members to get involved with ideas for projects for the future. 
 
Keep our past and present veterans in your thoughts and prayers.

Four of the National Sons of AMVETS officers visiting the WAVP in July