Attached you will find information from District 6 Leadership in regards to dates of specific events that are set to occur over the course of the upcoming year. This information is to be passed along to the post membership, as information is updated or changed it will be reflected here.

You may also click here to view the website directly (Look under District 6).

June 25th, 2016, VTS (Veterans Training Session) will be held at 9:00 a.m. at Camp Trotter for Children in Newaygo, MI. Open to all members, not just officers.

July 23rd - 27th, 2016, National Convention in Charlotte, NC

August 13th, 2016, District 6 Meeting at Mason Post 7309   (Commander Training at 10:30 a.m., lunch, District Meeting at 1:00 p.m.)

August 14th. 2016, Michigan Day at National Home in Eaton Rapids, MI

September 10th, 2016, Service Officer Training at Department HQ in Lansing, MI

September 30th - October 1, 2016, Fall Conference in Boyne Highlands, MI

December 3rd, 2016, District 6 Meeting at Graf-O'Hara Post 423 **(Hosting)**   (VOD & PP program at 10:30 a.m., lunch, District Meeting at 1:00 p.m.)

January 27th - 28th, 2017, Mid-Winter Conference in Lansing, MI

April 29th, 2017, District 6 Meeting at Monroe Post 1138    (TBA)

May 20th, 2017, District 6 Picnic at TBA*


Below is a short portion of a message from the District 6 Commander:

"GOALS FOR THE YEAR!  In an effort to promote the Veterans of Foreign Wars it is necessary that we get involved in our communities, and make our noble organization and its purpose known to the public.  This is best done through working with our auxiliaries and promoting our programs such as the Voice of Democracy, Patriot’s Pen, Teacher of the Year, and Scouts of the Year. It is encouraged that each post get involved in a high school in your community – do the flag ceremony at home football or basketball games, march in their homecoming parades.  Do whatever it takes to make a positive impact and visibility in the community.  In the 6th District our theme for the year is: GET EXCITED & DO WHAT HAS TO BE DONE! When our fellow veterans see our involvement in the community – they will want to join us in our efforts and our membership will grow."

John Griffith
VFW 6th District Commander, Dept of MI