July 2019 Newsletter Available

Ballard Eagleson VFW Post 3063’s June 2019 newsletter is available here. Highlights include: From the Commander; Quartermaster’s Update; Farewell From the Outgoing Commander; Building Update: Architect Consultants Wrap Up Building Study; Comrade Rodenberger Awarded State’s Veteran of the Year; Ballard 19 Author Publishes New Book About Local OIF Hero; Volunteer at the Ballard Seafood Fest; and Seelig’s Hosting First Annual Post Picnic.

Quartermaster’s Update (July 2019)

By Harold Rodenberger   Welcome to our new VFW year. Last year was a busy and productive one with the building remodel (detailed elsewhere in this paper)  high on our priority list. We are moving into the new year with enthusiasm, determined to keep this project high in our sights as we as a post, narrow down the alternatives and arrive at a decision that will benefit the VFW, other…

Farewell From the Outgoing Commander

By Pete Krawitz   This will be the last column I write as Post Commander. I first wanted to take this opportunity to thank you all once more for giving me the opportunity to lead the post for the last two years. It’s been a very fulfilling and challenging experience. I appreciate the willingness of many of the post members to try some new things, like modified meeting formats and…

From the Commander (July 2019)

By Joe Tiffany   First I’d like to say how proud I am to be installed as Post Commander of Ballard Eagleson Post 3063. As I write this I am getting ready for the Department of Washington 99th State Convention in Vancouver, Wash. where I officially become Post Commander. I look forward to our upcoming year. We have many exciting items at hand. There are, and will be, many opportunities…

Volunteer at the Ballard Seafood Fest

Commander Joe Tiffany is looking for volunteers to represent the post at a booth during the Ballard Seafood Fest July 13-14, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Volunteers will talk about our post’s mission, recruit new members, and distribute Buddy Poppies. If you’re interested in volunteering, call or text Commander Tiffany at 206-619-9521.