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Post 1810 Marchers forming at SankeyAve and Brownsville Road

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1810 Marchers nearing end of Parade

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Two F6 Hellcat WWll Fighters parade flyover

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VFW Post 1810 provided breakfast and lunch for parade participants.  It was a full house!  Kudos to the VFW 1810 Auxiliary folks who were here at 6 AM preparing for these meals.

VFW 1810 Celebrates Two World War II Veterans
at the Brentwood July 4 Parade
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Nick Scarlatelli, Sr., 102-year-old veteran  giving a thumbs up during his ride through the parade.

Herman Skerlong, 102-year-old veteran riding shotgun. Dave Masslon driving.

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Nick Scarlatelli, Jr, and Nick Scarlatelli, Sr.,

at the VFW 1810post-parade lunch.

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Nick Scarlatelli, Sr., at VFW 1810

posing with a vintage automobile.

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Nick Scarlatelli, Sr., second from the left and Herman Skerlong at the far right posing with their families at the VFW 1810 July 4 lunch.

Independence Day July 4, 2022

Memorial Day 2022
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VFW 1810 Honor Guard 

Herman Skerlong (WW ll) 102 years old

Richard Busby 80 years old

Nick Scarlatelli (WW ll) 102 years old

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Honoring the sacrifices made by Veterans who gave their lives defending Freedom.

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May 29 Canteen Picnic
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   Carol Kraeuter and daughter Dana cooking for the picnic.

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Chowing down at the Canteen bar area

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Fixin' up a few dogs and burgers.

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Checking out the Chinese Auction

Cemetery Flag Placements
May 21, 2022

Scout Leaders from

Troops 288, 338 and 614

Boy Scouts from Troops 296, 288, 338 and 614 enjoying donuts and milk or juice before heading out to place American Flags on graves of deceased Veterans.

Discounted Donuts from Dave's Terrace Bakery

Lemonade, Iced Tea and Milk were donated by Schneider's Dairy.

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Flags being prepared for distribution to volunteers.

Bill Dilla and John Roman were among the volunteers placing the flags honoring our deceased veretans.

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