July 17:  House Committee Meeting:  1900
July 18:  Bloodmobile
July 27, 1953:  Korean War Armistice:  1900
July 29:  Executive Committee Meeting:  1900
August 5:  Post and Auxiliary Meetings:  1900

Third Wednesday of the month.  DVS Service Officer, TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED. 
Third Thursday of every other Month.  Blood Drive, 1200-1730 hours.  MAKE APPOINTMENT HERE. 
Birthday Tacos, Last Saturday of the Month, 1730 - gone.

Commander's Corner

Commander Chris Birch

Commander's Notes
At last Monday's meeting nominations were held for next year's Post officers and House Committee members. Nominated for Cdr. were Chris Birch and Beau Lescarbeau; Sr. Vice was Beau Lescarbeau; Jr. Vice was Anna Tarsia; QM was Josh David and Tom Vorisek for 3 Year Trustee.  There was no nomination for Chaplain, and the incoming commander will appoint a Surgeon, Judge Advocate and Officer of the Day.   House Committee nominations were Rick Lane and Rodney  Lloyd for 3 years; Jeff Carter for 2 years and Beau Lescarbeau for 1 year.  Nominations will remain open until election next month.
The Post voted in a new member, Annie Lansing, a U.S. Army  Afghanistan veteran.  Welcome Annie !
Our membership stands at 92.6 % and if you are an annual member who has not renewed, please do so sooner rather than later. We are still going to need about 6 new members to make 100 %.
The VFW has the lead this year for the Memorial Day Ceremony in Rose Hill Park and I am looking for a Guest speaker for the event.  Any recommendations would be appreciated.  Also, remember that we will be placing flags on the graves of our veterans in Green Hill Cemetery on Saturday, May 25th.
During the meeting, the Post donated $1000 to help a VFW Post 2447 member who is in Michigan for cancer treatment and donated $100 to sponsor a hole in the John Enders Charity Golf Tournament. A motion to donate $5000 to the Clarke County Ruritan Club to assist with their efforts to rebuild the beef barn was tabled until next month's meeting.
The Clarke County Litter Committee has invited us to participate in their second annual participation of Earth Day. The event will take place at the Clarke County Fairgrounds on Saturday, April 20, 2024, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.  After meeting at 9:00 a.m., participants will disperse to pick up litter and return to the fairgrounds by noon for refreshments, pizza and a glass crushing demonstration. Participating organizations have been invited to set up tables to provide information and membership opportunities. I will be registering the VFW as a participating organization, so mark the day on your calendar and let's show the community that we do more than sit around the bar and tell war stories.
On Sunday, March 17th, St. Patrick's Day, Beau and Rick will be fixing corn beef and cabbage, dinner will start at 4:00 p.m..
I hope to see many of you at the Post throughout the month and at our next monthly meeting on April 1 at 7:00 p.m.
Chris Birch
Post Commander
Christopher Birch, PSC
Commander, VFW Post 9760
Berryville, Va 22611


A satirical reflection by Author/Artist Phil Fehrenbacher

Phil enlisted in the Army in 1965 where you served for years in Vietnam.  He became a graphic designer and has worked for the state of Oregon for 26 years.  He retired in 2003 and started the Cartoon "In-Country".  The cartoons reflect his experiences during his tour of duty in South Vietnam.

There is a new cartoon everyday.

Post News

Important Info for Post9760 Members


Clarke County Memorial Post 9760 VFW is hiring a canteen manager.

Post in the community.

Members present donations at Clarke County High School.

Statewide News

News & Info from your department

Post 12218's First Change of Command

Western Prince William County Post 12218 will be conducting their first Change of Command Ceremony on June 8th, 1000 at Great Mane Brewery in Haymarket, VA. Come on out and support one of Virginia's newest Posts.

Vietnam Veterans - Welcome Home!

The United State of America Vietnam War Commemoration is holding a Welcome Home event at the National Mall in Washington DC on May 11th to 13th 2023.

National News

Important info from National VFW

VFW National Commander Denounces Political Violence

WASHINGTON - "The democracy that we hold dear, the very democracy generations of American veterans have fought for and died to pro...

VFW Celebrates the 248th Birthday of America

WASHINGTON - On July 4, 248 years ago, the Second Continental Congress officially adopted the Declaration of Independence, but it ...



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