7th District President, Judy Phillips
Welcome from the 7th District of the Veterans of Foreign Wars in Indiana. This web site will inform visitors of whats going on with the 7th District. Here you will be able to find a calendar of events, current officers and their contact information, photos, and much more! Check back often for updates about what's going on in the District.
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ATTENTION!!!! Please Read Below:
April 10, 2014
The VFW will host its second Facebook town hall meeting April 24 at 2 p.m. (CDT) to discuss the VA claims process and veterans’ benefits, as well as how VFW Service Officers can assist with filing claims – a service VFW offers to veterans free of charge.
Similar to the VFW’s recent Twitter chats, subject matter experts will answer questions for one hour, providing useful and accurate information and resources to all participants in the town hall.
VFW Service Officer Ron Cherry will answer questions during this town hall.
Any Facebook user can participate by visiting the VFW Facebook page at the time of the event. Users will simply present their question in the comments section of the VFW’s post announcing the town hall has begun. It is possible that not all questions will be answered in the given time frame, so participants are encouraged to vote for the most important questions by giving them a “Like.”
“Like” the VFW’s Facebook page for more information about upcoming Facebook town halls. Don’t forget to join us LIVE on April 24.
****The Post Events Page Has Been Updated! Check it out!!! Also there is a NEW President's Corner AND Commander's Corner Posted as well, with information about upcoming Inspections and more!
The New District Calendar is Updated and so is the 7th District Officers Page!
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