LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – Disabled American Veterans Lake County Chapter 83 has changed the time and location of its meetings.
The group now meets on the second Thursday of every month at 10 a.m. in the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2337 meeting hall, located at 3980 Veterans Lane in Clearlake.
Directions: Take Highway 53 to Lakeshore Drive, follow Lakeshore Drive then turn right on Howard Street, turn right on Robinson, turn left on Veterans Lane.
The July 11 meeting will be an election to replace retiring Commander Harry Graves.
Commander Graves has served the DAV with honor and distinction since 1979. Current members are encouraged to attend and vote for the offices of commander, senior vice commander, junior vice commander and treasurer.
DAV Chapter 83 has served Lake County by providing transportation vans to shuttle Lake County veterans to the San Francisco VA Medical Center.
This is one example of the many activities done by DAV. Member participation is vital to maintain these activities. The DAV offers excellent representation before the VA, Congress and the White House.
Disabled American Veterans is a congressionally chartered veteran service organization that is celebrating 93 years of veteran advocacy.
DAV has an outstanding reputation for strong, effective and efficient local and national support of disabled veterans, advocacy for all veterans, and leadership regarding legislative affairs at state and national levels.
The mission of DAV is simple: help veterans and their families. If you were hurt or disabled in the service, discover what DAV is doing for you.
For more information, call Dean Gotham, 707-350-1159.