September 3, 2017 Maryville, Tennessee
The Sgt. Michael H. Ferschke, Jr AMVETS Post 22 (Post) is one of the newest post in Tennessee, yet it is one of the most active and productive veterans service organization.
On September 1, 2017 the Knoxville Regional Veterans Mental Health Council acknowledged the extraordinary work and dedication of the leadership & members of the Post. The Council and the VA believe the Post is an important positive influence in the Blount County and their position on the Council will benefit not only the veterans and their family in Blount County but also the veterans in the VA Mountain Home Healthcare systems in eastern Tennessee. Council AMVETS POST 22 letter.Read More
Because of the visionary mission and selfless effort of the Post’s various creative projects, the Council has approved a position for a member of the Post on their Council.
During the Post monthly meeting Post Commander Mark Frederick read the letter to the officers and members. The Post accepted the Council request and sent the following response: “Thank you for the generous offer of the position on the Knoxville Regional Veterans Mental Health Council. We respectfully accept the position. Barbara Chagnon has accepted the position on behalf of Amvets Post 22. We look forward to working with you further. Thanks”
The Council members and Vet to Vet Tennessee are honored to share in the mission of helping veterans helping each other and proud to be your partner.
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