Post Membership

Troy N. Enix - Chaplain, Post 7263 - 10/15/2022

A Post with members of all ages and backgrounds is a Post that has a broad capability, with a range of personalities, ideas and skills.  We value our young members for their energy and new ideas.  Our most active members help keep things rolling, with their dedication.  Senior members and our officers provide guidance.  All who contribute their time and efforts are an integral part our Post.  In 2022 we were blessed with several new members.  With the addition of each new member, we are reassured that our Post will indeed continue to exist and serve.  We are happy as much for what our organization has to offer new members, as for what value they may bring to our Post and the VFW.  This portion will be continued soon.

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Post News

Important Info for Post7263 Members

Post Membership

Tres Pueblos Post 7263 welcomes our new members. New members help keep our Post a viable, active Post. They bring new energy and ideas to our organization.

Kentucky town helped by VFW Post 7263

Capitola Post 7263 sends relief check to help the flood ravaged community of Hazard, Kentucky.

District News

Important Info for District 12 Members

Honoring our Posts & Auxiliaries

We have several VFW Posts & Auxiliaries that have reached or are reaching significant anniversaries. This article talks about all of our active Posts and Auxiliaries by years of service to District 12 Veterans!

National News

Important info from National VFW

Happy Birthday Army ... and to the Flag You Carry

WASHINGTON - On June 14, The Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) joins in with our grateful nation in celebrating the birthday of the U...

New Study Links Cancers to Camp Lejeune Water Contamination

A study published in January found an increased risk for cancers among troops and civilian contractors stationed at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune ...