The Jarrettsville Manor Memorial VFW Post 8672 is host to not just the Veterans of Foreign Wars, but also the Auxiliary, the "Harford County Marines" Marine Corps League Harford County Detachment 1198, Young Marines and Boy Scout Troop 265. VFW Post 8672 is a place where Veterans, Service members their families and friends and the surrounding community can come and be welcomed in a friendly atmosphere. New members, old friends and guests are always welcome..
Join the Family
All Veterans of Foreign War members take great pride in our organization's eligibility requirements. It is these membership qualifications that sets our order apart from other veteran groups. To become a VFW member you need to be a citizen of the United States, be of good standing in the community, have been honorably discharged from or are currently a member of the armed forces of the United States.
How we got started
The history of our Post began on December 17, 1960 when our Post 8672 was formed in the Jarrettsville Fire Company with 25 members. The first commander of our Post was Ed Coscia.
In 1962 Post 8672 purchased 37 acres of land in Jarrettsville for $9,000. Milford White laid the block for foundation.
On October 3, 1970 a groundbreaking ceremony was held for the brand new building of Jarrettsville Manor Memorial VFW Post 8672.
The first spadeful of earth was turned up by department commander Jump with the aid of Post Commander Keif.
The Post Color Guard, Henry K. Ellis, Captain, Cleaveland E. Huber, Raymond Heffernan, Emory Bell and Glenn Leslie opened the ceremonies with the Advancing of the Colors. The Pledge of Allegience was recited. Reverend Partee Boliek, pastor of St. John's Lutheran Church, Sweet Air, Maryland, delivered the invocation.
Hours of Operation
|General Membership||2nd Tuesday of the Month|
|Auxilary Meeting||2nd Tuesday of the Month|
|Marine Corps League||4th Tuesday of the Month|
|Young Marines||Every Thusday Evening|