From the Commander (October 2019)



Since becoming Commander, we have had a busy start to the “VFW year.”


Our time has been occupied by the  Department (State) Convention in Vancouver, WA, the National Convention in Orlando, Florida, District Two (our district) meetings, and last but not least, the amazing fifth annual Spaghetti Fundraiser co-chaired by Russ and Kay Seelig.


The conventions are an amazing way to learn about the VFW and what we do, and the district meetings keep us in the loop on what is happening locally.


This year, like years in the past, the Spaghetti Dinner was amazing and I am so thankful to Russ, Kay and their crew for putting on this great event!


What I have learned so far is the amount of time our fellow comrades spend to pull all these events together and make our post look good. We, by definition are an organization of volunteerism and we are doing good, however there is always room to improve!


My goal is to get more people involved in volunteering and planning fundraisers and fun events to make our VFW one we can all be proud of. If you have ideas or want to jump in and volunteer, please reach out to me or any of our leadership for opportunities.


Commander Joe Tiffany


Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts. – Winston Churchill