AMVETS

Sons of AMVets Post 7 in Fargo Opens to Limited Dine-In

The club is offering limited seating for the time being

FARGO, N.D.-┬áMembers are cooking up burgers to raise money for the club and veterans. They’ve been doing to-go orders though the phone and wearing gloves, masks, and physical distancing. Some of today’s meal items included burgers, brots, and pasta. “Support local. Help everybody that’s struggling to get through the COVID time. Every dollar that we raise for everything here at…

Sons Of AMVETS Grilling Ribs To Raise Funds For New Roof

The Group Is In The Works Of Planning Out More Fundraising Events In The Future.

FARGO, N.D. — Sons Of The American Veterans in Fargo are using ribs to raise funds for a new roof. The non-profit group of volunteers served up dozens of racks of ribs to hungry people waiting in long lines to get a taste. The money is needed as leaks formed in the roofing of the American Veterans building during the…

Fargo AMVETS New Years Day Celebration

It's an annual event for the Post 7 building

FARGO, N.D. — The sound of music, the smell of good food and the sight of smiles of people dancing and laughing over jokes. It’s the annual Fargo American Veterans New Years Day Celebration, at the AMVETS Post 7 building. For Veterans like Steve Leedahl who served in the Army in Vietnam for a year says it’s important to help…

AMVETS To Retire More Than 1200 American Flags

In order to properly retire a flag, it must be cut into specific pieces and burned piece by piece, with the blue and stars last.

FARGO, N.D.–┬áThe Fargo AMVETS are retiring American flags that people from the community have brought in. In order to properly retire a flag, it must be cut into specific pieces and burned piece by piece, with the blue and stars last. A statement about the significance of a piece is mentioned at the ceremony. Anyone is welcome to observe the…