One good turn deserves another. The thousands of good turns done on September 11, 2001, deserve the promise that our citizens will never forget those that died for them. The Brainerd VFW wants to thank the first responders who continue to put their lives on the line for us, and to all who help make this town and country safe.

The Brainerd VFW is committed to serving all the veterans that put their lives on the line following the attack on that fateful day. We are here to help and guide our veterans and their families to overcome the hardships they experience because of their deployment. If you or someone you know has served our country in times of conflict, we encourage you to come by our club at 309 South Sixth Street in Brainerd and let us know how we can be of service to you.

You can learn more about what the VFW has to offer at www.brainerdvfw.org. Our Buddy Poppy Program exists for the purpose of assisting our veterans in need. If you wish to help our veterans personally, you can mail a check or make a donation when you come in.

Sue Sterling, Post 1647 Auxiliary President

Chip Borle, Post 1647 Commander