Experience a day of honor, history, and community. Dedicate a new flagpole with us, savor the best brews at our pop-up coffee, Emme Seattle, and discover inspiring stories from our local veterans. Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with heroes and celebrate our nation’s bravest.
We’re still basking in the glow of our VFW Post 3063 fundraiser dinner and online auction’s incredible success. The outpouring of support from each and every one of you has left us feeling both grateful and inspired.
From the mouthwatering delights and cherished moments at our dinner to the spirited bidding and excitement in our live and online auctions, your involvement has made a significant difference in our mission.
But our gratitude doesn’t end there. It extends to our exceptional volunteers, who include post and auxiliary members, families, friends, and the ever-inspiring Girl Scouts. Your time and selflessness have propelled our cause to new heights.
Together, we continue to fulfill our promise of fostering camaraderie, serving our veterans, the military, and our communities, and advocating for all veterans.
Thank you for being a vital part of our community and for your unwavering commitment to our shared mission. With your support, we can truly make a difference.
Fall is here so that means we’re in the midst of Post 3063’s fundraising season. As the Seelig family knows, planning and executing a fundraising event is no easy feat. Please show up and support your fellow veterans on Oct. 21! It only takes 15 seconds to RSVP here so do it now. (So far we have less than 15.)
Here are a few events coming up this week: Oct. 3 at 5:30 p.m. – Deployment care package assembly with the Fremont Rotary at the post Oct. 4 at 3:30 p.m. – Public comment about the Memorial Stadium Memorial Wall landmark status; contact me for details. Oct. 5 at 7 p.m. – Monthly Business Meeting
On Sept. 16, The Mission Continues, a dedicated organization committed to supporting veterans and promoting community service, sponsored a service event at our post. The event was held to commemorate the tragic events of 9/11 and honor the memory of those who lost their lives on that day.
Volunteers from various backgrounds, including veterans, SeaTac Customs and Border Protection agents, family and community members, gathered with a shared sense of purpose and unity. Their mission? To give back to the community and contribute to the VFW post’s mission of supporting veterans and their families.
The day’s activities were diverse and impactful, reflecting TMC’ dedication to making a meaningful difference. Participants rolled up their sleeves and got to work with tasks that ranged from furniture assembly to picture hanging, bookshelf reinforcing, tree pruning, and even the respectful recycling of unserviceable American flags.
In addition to the meaningful service activities organized by TMC and the dedicated efforts of the volunteers, the sense of community and support during the event was further exemplified by the VFW Post 3063 Auxiliary. They played an integral role by providing a delicious lunch to all the hardworking volunteers.
Thank you to TMC and Wes King for supporting our post and local veterans!
The Mission Continues Seattle Platoon will return to Post 3063 for a 9/11 service event on Sept. 16, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. We will team up with them to install our bookshelves, spruce up the bar, and landscape the hill side. Sign up to participate here or let Aly know at [email protected].