Welcome to Joyce M. Helson Post 5162
What's Going On
Mar 18: 7:00 PM, Post meeting at American Legion Post 237
IAW Sec 216 of the 2014 edition of the By-Laws and Manual of Procedure
The Post shall elect the Commander, Senior Vice Commander, Junior Vice Commander, Quartermaster, Chaplain and three Trustees
The appointed officers of each Post shall consist of at least an Adjutant, Judge Advocate, Surgeon, Officer of the Day, Service Officer and Guard to be appointed as prescribed in Section 216 in the Manual of Procedure.
The Post will be accepting Nominations for elected officer at the March 18 meeting under New Business and again at the April 15 meeting under Old Business.
Elections will be held at the April 15 meeting under New Business.
Appointed Officers will be made by the New Commander after the Elections on April 15.
If you would like to serve the Post and Veterans as an Officer for the 2014-2015 be at the meeting or Contact the Commander.
The Post meets at 7:00 PM the 3rd Tuesday of each month at American Leigion Post 237 on Drake Ave.
The Post assists with BINGO with VETS at 2:00 PM on the 1st and 2nd Thursday of each month at Floyd E. "Tut" Fann State Veterans Home, 2701 Meridian Street.
Membership in Post 5162
If you quality as a veteran and would like to join one of the most active Posts in the state, email one of the members in the contact list.The current dues are $38.00 a year.
There is also Life Membership payment plan.
Life Membership Fee Schedule
Age One-time Payment Installment
18-30 $425.00 $38.64
31-40 $410.00 $37.27
41-50 $375.00 $34.09
51-60 $335.00 $30.45
61-70 $290.00 $26.36
71-80 $225.00 $20.45
81 and over $170.00 $15.45
Membership Qualifications: http://www.alvfw.org/eligible.shtml
Veterans of Foreign Wars
The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States is a special organization formed by Veterans for Veterans
It is through the strength of the membership in the ranks that we are able to speak as one loud voice to our public officials.
For more information go to http://www.vfw.org/home/
To insure the nation’s security through maximum military strength
To speed the rehabilitation of the nation’s disabled and needy veterans
To perpetuate the memory and history of our dead, and to assist their widows and orphans
To promote Americanism through education in patriotism and constructive service to the community in which we live