Status on VFW Post 9676 sponsored "Food & Personal Hygiene Products Drive" to Benefit Valencia County Residents.
VFW Post 9676 sponsor a "Food & Personal Hygiene Products Drive" to Benefit Valencia County Residents.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Launch Post 9676 Launch New Website and a Looking for Website Sponsors or Donations
All High School students are invited to submit their Voice of Democracy audio essays All Middle School students are invited to submit their Patriot Pen essays.
Daniel D. Fernandez, Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 9676 in Los Lunas is recruiting new members.
Due to Coronavirus COVID-19 restrictions being changed again, group meetings of only 5 persons are being allowed. Our 2nd Wednesday, 7:00 p.m. Monthly Meetings may be held virtually using Zoom. We will inform Members, should group meeting restrictions change prior to our next meeting.
The Newsletter of the New Mexico Department of Veterans Services
VFW Department of New Mexico Foundation is committed to provide support to veterans, active duty military personnel, their families, and their communities through programs, projects and education. All proceeds will be donated to the VFW Department of New Mexico Foundation an IRS 501(c)(3) non-profit.
Goodwill Homeless Veterans' Reintegration Program
Official Publication of the Department of New Mexico Veterans of Foreign Wars and Auxiliary.
VA Has New Toll-Free Number to Call When Seeking Non-VA Emergency Room Treatment
In response to rising concerns over the coronavirus (COVID-19) and to mitigate its spread and contraction among our members,
Order Declaring a State of Public Health Emergency
Researchers at InMyArea.com recently released a step-by-step guide helping military members and veterans get set up with low-cost internet, mobile plans and technology. This guide acts as a road map to navigate all available resources and how to qualify for these programs/services.
Employment opportunities for veterans and military spouses are available at Humana. https://www.humana.com/careers/what-we-do/military-initiatives
Valencia County News-BulletinVeterans Day is a day set aside to acknowledge those men and women who have served and are presently serving in all branches of the U.S. Military in defense of our country and in preservation of our freedoms. The Valencia County News-Bulletin will again honor Valencia County Veterans and active duty Valencia County service members by posting their photographers in the News-Bulletin's Veterans Day Section to be published on Thursday, November 12, 2020. Please consider honoring your veterans or active duty service member by submitting a photograph. If you have already submitted a photo and information for your veteran or active duty service member, the News-Bulletin has them on file and will publish them again this year. The deadline to submit photos is 5 p.m., Friday, October 23, 2020.Due to Coronavirus COVID-19 restrictions being changed again, group meetings HAVE BEEN CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. When possible our 2nd Wednesday, 7:00 p.m. Monthly Meetings may be held virtually using Zoom. We will inform Members, should group meeting restrictions change.