We are proud to have received the VFW's two highest honors bestowed upon us by the Commander-in-Chief of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States
Greetings and welcome to our members and prospective members of Chalfont All-American Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3258. We are greatful you've stopped by to check us out.
My name is John Otte and I am honored and humbled to lead one of the best All-American Veterans of Foreign Wars Posts in the greatest combat veteran's organization on the planet. We are immensely proud to be among the "Best of the Best" in the VFW system. What makes us great and proud? It's the men and women of our post that work tirelessly each and every day to serve and assist veterans and their families. It's what we were built to do and our post does it extremely well.
If you are a veteran that has served in the United States Military, we encourage you to come and take a look around at the amazing things our post does for both veterans and our community. Our chartered purpose is to ensure that veterans receive the benefits, honor and recognition they deserve for the sacrifices they made. Our Post Service Officers are available to assist with helping veterans with claims with the Office of Veterans Affairs, obtaining copies of Military Records and other services available to veterans. We stand ready to provide assistance to all veterans regardless of when or where you've served.
If you are a veteran that has served in a combat theatre of operations we encourage you to contact us about the incredible benefits of being a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. I can be reached at JVC@vfwpadistrict8.org or you can check out our membership page by following this link.
You will not find better camaraderie or personal care for veterans than in our great post.
Thank you for stopping by and we hope to hear from you!
It is with great pleasures that Chalfont All-American VFW Post 3258 announce that Mrs. Sheila Gavin, 1st Grade teacher at Mother Mary of the Redeemer school was selected as the VFW State Teacher of the Year winner. Each year, the VFW selects one teacher from hundreds of nominations received throughout the state as the winner for education excellence to represent the State of Pennsylvania in the VFW Teacher of the Year competition in Washington D.C. We are immensely proud of Mrs. Gavin and wish to congratulate her for winning this distinguished award given by the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Department of Pennsylvania.
Presentation of the Teacher of the Year award will take place on Thursday March 4, 2021 at 9:45 AM. This will be a virtual ceremony conducted at the Mary Mother of the Redeemer school. Virtual ceremony login information may be found here: https://chalfont-vfw.com/calendar.php
Members of Chalfont All-American VFW Post 3258 honor the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place winners of this years' Patriot's Pen Youth Essay Contest. Congratulations to the winners and a very big thank you to all students that participated in this years' event.
Pictured from Left to Right (Back Row: David Dantzler, Lou Vitola, Past Post Commander Woody Hippel, U.S. House of Representatives Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick, PA House of Representative Todd Polinchock, All-American Post Commander John Otte. Front Row: Sander Dunchak, Zachary Danchak, Aaryan Goel and Thomas Stacherski)
Pictured from Left to Right are: PA House Representative Todd Polinchock, Comrade David Dantzler, Eagle Scout Thomas Stacherski, Eagle Scout Zachary Danchak, Eagle Scout Sander Danchak, Eagle Scout Aaryan Goel, All-American Post Commander John August Otte, Past Post Commander Woody Hippel and Comrade Lou Vitola
All-American Post Commander John Otte addresses members of the 1069th Military Police Company about the benefits of being a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Junior Vice Commander Warren Harris speaks about his own experience in being a former First Sargent in the same Armory and a member of Chalfont VFW Post 3258
District 8 Commander David Pearl presents the unit First Sergeant with a District Challenge Coin
All American Post Quartermaster Chuck McNevin speaks to members of the 1069th Military Police Group on VFW Programs and Military Support
District 8 Commander David Pearl awards the 1069th Military Police Company Commander with a District Challenge Coin
Chalfont All-American Post Commander John Otte and Comrade Lou Vitola present flags of honor to Fran Greene on Saturday November 28, 2020. Commander Otte presented a flag and a certificate from U.S. House of Representatives Brian Fitzpatrick honoring Joseph for his service to our great Nation. Comrade Vitola presented a shadow box and flag that had flown over Veterans Park in New Britain Township.
LaSalle College High School
Congratulations to Connor as his essay entry now competes at the Department level with 25 other VFW District winners for a chance to represent the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for the National grand prize of $30,000
Pursuant to Section 218(a)(1)(c) of the Manual of Procedure, Post Commanders shall “insist that Post business and activities be conducted in such a manner that they do not violate any applicable governmental law, ordinance or regulation nor bring or tend to bring dishonor or embarrassment upon the Post, its members or the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States.” Therefore, Post Commanders at their respective judgement and discretion may make such accommodations to conduct the fraternal business of the organization within COVID-19 federal, state, and local governmental ordinances and guidelines where COVID restrictions apply to include conducting such required meetings electronically.
You can read the order in its entirety by following the Link.