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Robert R. Kelley Amvets post 21
To serve veterans and the active military in procuring their earned entitlements, to promote Americanism and preserve the freedoms secured by America’s Armed Forces and to provide community services that enhance the quality of life for all Americans.
AMVETS has been proudly serving American veterans for more than 60 years. Founded by World War II veterans, the organization has grown to where, today, its membership enrolls veterans from all areas, Anyone who has honorably served in the United States Armed Forces after Sept. 15, 1940, to include those on active duty as well as in the Reserve Components. The purpose and goals of AMVETS, as spelled out in the organization’s 1947 congressional charter, still ring true today.
Among these aims are:
- To preserve for ourselves and our posterity the great and basic truths and enduring principles upon which this nation was founded.
- To maintain a continuing interest in the welfare and rehabilitation of disabled veterans and to establish facilities for the assistance of all veterans, to represent them in their claims before VA and other organizations.
- To dedicate ourselves to the service and best interests of the community, state and nation to the end that our country shall be and remain forever a strong and free nation.
- To encourage universal exercise of the voting franchise to the end that there shall be elected and maintained in public office men and women who hold such office as a public trust administered in the best interests of all people.
- To advocate the development and means by which all Americans may become enlightened and informed citizens and this participate fully in the functions of democracy.
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Quick note from the Commander,
I would like to thank you for stopping by our website. Our goal with this site is to
keep our members informed as to what's happening around our post and the
AMVET community. If you are a veteran or the
son or daughter of a veteran and looking for a friendly and supportive post,
we may be what your looking for.
Please feel free to contact me (419) 306-5350 personally or any of our officers
or staff at the Post with any questions you may have (419) 422-5190, we will do our best to answer them.
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Becoming a Member
To be eligible for membership in AMVETS, you must have served in the U.S. Armed Forces, including the National Guard and Reserves, anytime after Sept. 15, 1940. Additionally, unless still serving, your discharge must have been under honorable conditions. If you served as an American citizen in the armed forces of an allied nation, under honorable conditions, between Sept. 15, 1940 and May 8, 1975, you are also eligible, as are wartime members of the Merchant Marine. Proof of eligibility can be in the form of a DD-214, an honorable discharge certificate or other appropriate document. As a rule of thumb, annual dues are $35, but this amount may vary from state to state or post to post. Life member dues are a minimum of $250.00 as of 1/1/2012.These dues fund, in part, the programs, services and representation AMVETS provides.
Dues for post 21 are $35 annually or $250.00 for a life time membership.
Iraq and Afghanistan Vets
We Value your Service
If you are discharged, or still on active duty and served
or are serving in Afghanistan or Iraq.
Our post will provide your membership free for the first
year as a token of our appreciation.
This is part of our way of thanking you for your service.
See any officer or the canteen manager for an
General Meetings are held every 2nd and 4th Weds. of the Month at 7:00PM