Post 9545 will reopen for Canteen Business on June 26, 2020

Post 9545 will reopen for Canteen Business on June 26, 2020

 WELCOME BACK!!!

DAV SERVICE OFFICER Visits Canceled Until Further Notice

DAV SERVICE OFFICER Visits Canceled Until Further Notice

 Due to the existing Covid 19 Guidelines by the Federal and State Govts, we are temporarily suspending visits by Jim Daugharty for the Safety of everyone.

Please be patient and we will resume the visits as soon as the restrictions are lifted.

 

Thank you

VFW Post 9545

Friday Fish Fry July 10th is open for CARRY OUT ONLY

Friday Fish Fry July 10th is open for CARRY OUT ONLY

 FRIDAY FISH FRY IS BACK!!!

See the Menu here.

NO Tuesday Night Bingo-No Sunday Jackpot Raffle Until Further Notice

NO Tuesday Night Bingo-No Sunday Jackpot Raffle Until Further Notice

 Due to the Corona Virus Restrictions, there will be

NO TUESDAY NIGHT BINGO

and

NO SUNDAY JACKPOT RAFFLE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE!

 

PLEASE STAY SAFE.

VFW Post 9545

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

 http://chicagosbesttv.com/2013/03/25/chicagos-best-crunchy-vfw-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 Dollar amount you want.

 Bingo      We offer a Certificate which is a $23 package that includes  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. Harry was wounded on Guam December 8, 1941 (December 7, 1941 Hawaii Time.)

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