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Post 2217 Muster

Welcome to Post 2217

The Virginia Veterans of Foreign Wars has a rich tradition of serving veterans, military families and their local  communities. We invite you to explore this website and our entire VFW Virginia network of sites to learn more about our organization.  As you look deeper into what the VFW is, you will find the comradery didn’t end with your tour of duty.  You have fellow brothers and sisters still standing the line right next to you today.  Come find out what the VFW can do for you and what you can do for your brothers and sisters in arms.

Secluded in Orange Virginia, the James Madison Post 2217 is nestled in a rich environment of history and tradition such as being the home to President James Madison, Father of the Constitution and Architect of the Bill of Rights, and Dolley Madison, America’s first “First Lady.”.

Post 2217 continues to strengthen our fellow veterans and become a strong pillar of support within the community.

“One for All — All for One — Teamwork”

If you are a veteran and would like to join the VFW, we invite you to fill out our Join the VFW form.

If you are already a member of the VFW, use the links below to find what you need quickly:

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DMV Veteran Identification Card

Online: On behalf of the Department of Veteran Services (DVS), the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) now issues Veteran ID cards to eligible veterans. These cards provide proof of veteran status and permit the veterans to receive discounts from retailers and restaurants. Veteran ID cards show the veteran’s photo, name, branch of service, and …

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2016 Buddy Poppy Campaign

insert pic here 2016 Buddy Poppy Campaign – Post 2217 May 27 – 30, 2016 Since 1922, the Buddy Poppy has been an integral part of the VFW community.As VFW’s official memorial flower, the Poppy represents the bloodshed by American service members. it reiterates that VFW will not forget their sacrifices. The Poppy movement was …

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2015 Lest We Forget

Post 2217 Honors their fallen Comrade John Linwood “Johnnie” Dudley, 90, of Orange, Virginia, died January 9, 2105. Mr Dudley was retired from the U.S. Postal Service after 30 years. M.A. “Buck” Harris, 88,  of Mt. Track Road, of Orange, Virginia, died January 11, 2015. He was a life member of the VFW Post 2217 …

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