WELCOME TO JOHN WILEY BROCK VFW POST

Teamwork ~ Leadership ~ Commitment
John Wiley Brock VFW Post 6683 strives to serve Veterans and their families through our common brother/sisterhood.
 
Our Post meets on the 2nd Tuesday of the Month at 6 pm - 2615 Country Road 537, Enterprise!! 
 
Please call 334-475-2010 or email post.6683.vfw@gmail.com for more information.
 
JWB Post 6683 is a member of the Department of Alabama and District 7 VFW.
 


Announcements

The Post Home is closed for rental each 3d Saturday for Maintenance.

Post 6683 Calendar      Enterprise Chamber of Commerce Events Calendar 
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Community Meal 5:30 pm to 7 pm - 1st Thursday of Every Month
 
Dine-in or Carry-Out / (Suggested Donation $10)


March - Sheppard's Pie
 
April - Ziti
 
May - Hamburgers and Hotdogs
 
June - Chili Bar
 
August - Taco Bar
 
September - Wing Bar
 
October - Brats
 
November - Baked Potato Bar

December - Christmas Ham


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 Post Store                              Rent our Post
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Our Permanent Partners

Thank you to our continuous supporters: Sam Boswell, Honda/GMC, All-In Credit Union, and
Pest Management Specialists, LLC.
 

Our Adopt-a-Unit is the U.S. Army Warrant Officer Career College, Fort Rucker, Alabama
 

 
 
 
VFW National Home
 

Statewide News

News & Info from your department

Department of Alabama VFW Convention 2024

Start Planning Now for 7-9 June 2024 in Montgomery!

Commander Homecoming and Council of Administration

Post 12185 Hosts Commander Homecoming and Council of Administration - April 27-28 - Alabaster

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IN-COUNTRY

A satirical reflection by Author/Artist Phil Fehrenbacher

Phil enlisted in the Army in 1965 where you served for years in Vietnam.  He became a graphic designer and has worked for the state of Oregon for 26 years.  He retired in 2003 and started the Cartoon "In-Country".  The cartoons reflect his experiences during his tour of duty in South Vietnam.


There is a new cartoon everyday.