Maurice K. Langberg Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10066, 1805 NE Savannah Rd.; Jensen Beach, FL
Maurice K. Langberg VFW Post 10066, Jensen Beach, FL -Serving the Veterans of Foreign Wars in Martin County, Fl. Military veterans and their spouses, sons and daughters are welcome to be a part of our Post. The letters "VFW" symbolize volunteerism and community service. The VFW mission is to "honor the dead by helping the living" through veterans' service, community service, national security and a strong national defense.
VFW District 11 Commander John Ayres, second from right, swears in 2013-2014 officers during installation ceremonies. Left to right are Larry Schramm, Ed Berzinski, Terry Thiel, Don Allyn, Commander Verne Garbers, Harry Keat, 2011-2013 Commander Jim Serafica, Ross Stoer and former service officer Joe Celli.
The VFW Ladies Auxiliary Officers for 2013-2014 are, left to right, Joanne Blais, Dev Andrews, President Patty Schramm, Kathy Allen, Jacqueline Pascarello, Sandra Garbers, Alice Maher, Terry Joyce, Barbara Celli and Pat Moore.
VFW Men's Auxiliary Officers for 2013-2014, left to right, are Terry Bryant, Dan Trainor, President Paul Mullins, Dan Trainor, Tim Allington, Chris Andrews and Ron Thompson. Not pictured are Bobby Duitmann, Chris Brehm and Bill Azzarello.
For 110 years, the VFW has been serving America’s troops and veterans, protecting their rights and helping heroes in times of need.
More than 1.7 million men and women have served in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Many are returning home every day desperately in need of assistance to get back on their feet, reclaim their lives and rebuild their families. The VFW exists to ensure that our heroes receive the benefits they have earned and deserve. Help that meets the everyday needs of our troops and their families. When our troops are separated from their loved ones, we help connect them. When their homes are in danger of foreclosure, we’re there to assist. And the medical care of America’s finest is always on our mind. Our programs remind the millions of troops, veterans and family members that America is grateful for their service.
The Post Members meet the 2nd Monday of every month at 6:30 p.m. in the Post Hall. The Ladies Auxiliary meets the 2nd Thursday of every month at 6 p.m. in the Post Hall. The Men's Auxiliary meets the 3rd Monday of every month at 6:30 pm at the Post Hall.
VFW Buddy Poppy Drive is Underway
Collecting contributions each year during the week of Veterans Day. The VFW registered the name Buddy Poppy with the U.S. Patent Office in 1924.
It represents the bloodshed by American military service members and reminds us of their sacrifices. The Buddy Poppy is assembled by disabled and needy veterans in VA hospitals. Proceeds from Buddy Poppy Drives are used for aid, relief and comfort of needy veterans and members of the Armed Forces and their dependents.