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41st Annual William A. Athans VFW 18th District Loyalty Day Parade

41st Annual William A. Athans VFW 18th District Loyalty Day Parade

 Come out and join us for the 41st Annual William A. Athans VFW 18th District Loyalty Day Parade Sunday May 5, 2019.  The Parade kicks off @ 2pm rain or Shine

If you want to participate in the parade, download the Parade Application, and a copy of the FAQ's

Click on the link below or Copy and paste to your browser and you can download and print.

 

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1HSPBUuOyDlxzhLrXqmuX8Ok9_nS0WBhk...

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Friday Fish Fry featured on WGN's Chicago's Best

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Tuesday Bingo Night April 9, 2019 Available Prizes over $8,100.00

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TUESDAY NIGHT BINGO AT POST 9545 

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Gift Certificates

Harry E. Anderson VFW Post 9545 is now offering Gift Certificates in 2 areas.

Fish Fry:  Fish Fry Cift Certificates are available at the Canteen and Friday Fish Fry for any amount you want.

Bingo  Certificates may be purchased for any amount you want to spend.

               We also offer a Certificate which is a $30 package that includes $1 entry ticket, Early Bird Tickets 6/$5, Player Set 13 games-9 cards/game,

Who was Harry E. Anderson?

The Harry E. Anderson Post 9545. Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States was established on July 19th, 1947. The Post was named after Corporal Harry E Anderson, United States Marine Corps, who was the first casualty of World War II from Will County. Corporal Anderson was from the New Lenox area.

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