State VFW Orders Operations Suspended at Local POST

Although the local VFW POST 7623 hasn’t been active for a long time, it will cease to exist if the state VFW organization acts to revoke the charter.
The operation has been suspended for up to 90 days because of its inactivity but in an effort to try and save the POST, a meeting is set for Saturday, March 14 at 2:00 p.m. in the county complex history room to give members and local veterans of interest an opportunity to express their wishes.
Acting Post Commander Ronald Miller recently received a letter from the State VFW Commander William G. Crawford informing him of the suspension because the local POST has failed to hold meetings and elect officers in violation of the national VFW BY-Laws. An administrative committee will make a recommendation on whether the suspension is to be kept in place, lifted, or if the charter should be revoked.

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