Dierbergs store director Tom Hamm accepts an award of recognition from the Chapter.  Presenting are members Stan Nelms, Gregg Follmer, and Lloyd Wilson.
 Sadly, another brother passed away this year.  Paul Lehnard, was a long time member. He served with the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment in Vietnam.

Walmart Highlands

The Chapter held fundraisers at the Dierbergs stores in Arnold and Fenton on July 1st. Customers at both locations were as generous as usual.  The management and staff at both stores are to be commended for their cooperation and support.  And of course, we are grateful for the Chapter Members who sacrificed part of their holiday weekend. It is their dedication that allows us to do the good that we do.  See photos below of some of those selfless individuals. Thanks guys and gals.

Member Dennis Hamilton addresses the Chapter about the Arnold VFW War Memorial

Julianne Najar, founder of "A Soldier's Wish List."

Waiting for the meeting to start.

Tom Brophy (L.) and Carl Boley demonstrate the new Ipad with the "Square" point of sale device attached.  The "Square" allows patrons to make credit card donations.

Ed Ucinski of American Legion Post 400

Chapter 1028 Newsletter

At the Meetings

Fundraisers

July - Sept 2017  

Paul Lehnard

Gold Star Mother Julie Vinnedge talks about her foundation, "Dream Riders."  

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Gary Hutchison Memorial Chapter 1028
Wayne Kaufman of the Kaufman Fund
Vietnam Veterans of America

Gone, but not Forgotten


The Chapter is planning a Trivia Night fundraising event for Saturday October 28th. Spread the word to your friends, relatives, and neighbors.  For more information about this fun evening, see the contact information on the flyer below.

The Chapter also a held fundraiser at the Walmart Highlands store in Manchester on September 2nd and 3rd. Customers  were as generous as usual. The management and staff at Walmart are to be commended for their cooperation and support.  And again, we are grateful for the Chapter Members who sacrificed part of their holiday weekend. It is their dedication that allows us to do the good that we do.  See photos below of some of those selfless individuals. Thanks to all who volunteered.

Tom Brophy models a jacket donated by ASWL

Guest Speakers