Warwick Memorial VFW Post 272 Donated to the Providence VA Medical Voluntary Services

- 4/16/2021

 
The Warwick Memorial VFW Post 272 donated $500.00 in Wal-Mart gift cards to  Chief of Voluntary Services, Donna Russillo. Presenting the donation starting from left Bob Baker Junior Vice Commander, Al Topp, Commander, Donna Russillo, and Ray Denisewich, Adjutant- Quartermaster. The Providence VA Medical Center Voluntary Services provides assistance to needy and distress veterans and their families.

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The Original 2022 Veterans' Oldies Dinner Dance

The SGT Adam S. DeCiccio Warwick Memorial Post 272, Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States of America is sponsoring the annual Original Veterans' Oldies Dance on Saturday, August 6, 2022, at 6:00 pm, at the Smithfield Elks Lodge. Donation of $45.00 per person. Call 401-921-1682 for information and tickets.

Warwick Memorial VFW Post 272 Donated to the Providence VA Medical Voluntary Services

Members of VFW Post 272 donate to Providence VA Medical Center Voluntary Services.

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VFWRI Youth Scholarships Due to Posts Oct. 31st

ALL STUDENTS: Please if you have not submitted an application for the High School, Voice of Democracy or the Middle School, Patriots Pen Scholarships, please see flyer for details. All submissions must be submitted by Oct. 31st, 2024. If you do not know what Post is closest to you, please email abndora@aol.com. As the Youth Scholarship Chair, she can assist you with whatever you may need.

ADJ's/ QM's Monthly Meeting

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