Sayville VFW Post 433

Sayville VFW Post 433

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TONIGHT! ! Join Bill & Leslie of
Line Dancing With Bill
Tuesdays for Line Dance Lessons at the Sayville VFW.

Beginner/Beginner Plus 6-7:15pm
Intermediate 7:30-9pm

All night for $12/person!
Beautiful, Clean Wooden Dance Floor!

These Lessons are a Fundraiser for the Sayville VFW Post 433, that is Self Funded. So, Join the Fun and Help Out a Good Cause All at the Same Time!

EVERY TUESDAY

Sayville VFW Post 433
400 Lakeland Ave
Sayville, NY

This Upcoming Week with
Line Dancing With Bill:

Tuesday, January 3rd:
Beginner & Intermediate Lessons at Sayville VFW Post 433
400 Lakeland Ave
Sayville , NY
6-9pm

Sunday, January 8th
Beginner & Intermediate Lessons at Elegant Dance Studio
3247 Horseblock Rd
Medford, NY
12-1pm

DATES TO SAVE:
At Sayville VFW:
Monthly Dances: 1/13, 2/20 & 3/17

Plus Weekly Line Dance Lessons Tuesdays at Sayville VFW
And
Line Dance Lessons at Elegant Dance Studio: 1/8, 1/22, 2/5, 2/19, 3/5, 3/19


TONIGHT!! New Years Eve Party with Bill, Lyndy, Bill & The Sayville VFW!

LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR!!

$60/person: Includes Hats, Noise Makers, Light Snacks, Coffee, Tea, Dessert & Champagne Toast at Midnight!

Incredible Dance Floor, Great Instructors, Wonderful Instructors!!
Fundraiser for the VFW.

You are Welcome to Bring Your Own Table Snacks.
Please Purchase All Beverages at the Bar.

General Seating. Table Reservations Can be Made for Parties of 10 & 12.

Saturday, December 31st
8:30pm-1am
Doors Open at 8pm

Email:
Bill : [email protected]
Lyndy: [email protected]

Sayville VFW Post 433
400 Lakeland Ave
Sayville, NY


TONIGHT!! New Years Eve Party with Bill, Lyndy, Bill & The Sayville VFW!

LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR!!

$60/person: Includes Hats, Noise Makers, Light Snacks, Coffee, Tea, Dessert & Champagne Toast at Midnight!

Incredible Dance Floor, Great Instructors, Wonderful Instructors!!
Fundraiser for the VFW.

You are Welcome to Bring Your Own Table Snacks.
Please Purchase All Beverages at the Bar.

General Seating. Table Reservations Can be Made for Parties of 10 & 12.

Saturday, December 31st
8:30pm-1am
Doors Open at 8pm

Email:
Bill : [email protected]
Lyndy: [email protected]

Sayville VFW Post 433
400 Lakeland Ave
Sayville, NY

Line Dancing With Bill
TONIGHT! ! Join Bill & Leslie of
Line Dancing With Bill
Tuesdays for Line Dance Lessons at the Sayville VFW.

Beginner/Beginner Plus 6-7:15pm
Intermediate 7:30-9pm

All night for $10/person!
Beautiful, Clean Wooden Dance Floor!

These Lessons are a Fundraiser for the Sayville VFW Post 433, that is Self Funded. So, Join the Fun and Help Out a Good Cause All at the Same Time!

EVERY TUESDAY

Sayville VFW Post 433
400 Lakeland Ave
Sayville, NY

Sayville Post 433 Veterans of Foreign Wars and the students of Sayville High School History Club, under the direction of teacher Susan Hart, combined resources to prepare Christmas gift bags for residents of the Long Island State Veterans Home at Stony Brook University.
Pictured are Sayville VFW members Joe Franzosa, Hugh Prior and Post Commander Bill Borthwick delivering 110 gifts to Jacqueline Bodkin, Assistant Director of Therapeutic Recreation at LISVH, Stony Brook. 12/20/2022.
This Upcoming Week with
Line Dancing With Bill:

Tuesday, December 27th:
Lessons
6-9pm
Sayville VFW Post 433
400 Lakeland Ave
Sayville , NY
6-9pm

DATES TO SAVE:
At Sayville VFW:
Monthly Dances: 1/13, 2/20 & 3/17
New Years Eve Dance: 12/31

Plus Weekly Line Dance Lessons Tuesdays at Sayville VFW
And
Line Dance Lessons at Elegant Dance Studio: 1/8, 1/22, 2/5, 2/19, 3/5, 3/19


This Upcoming Week with
Line Dancing With Bill:

Tuesday, December 27th:
Lessons
6-9pm
Sayville VFW Post 433
400 Lakeland Ave
Sayville , NY
6-9pm

DATES TO SAVE:
At Sayville VFW:
Monthly Dances: 1/13, 2/20 & 3/17
New Years Eve Dance: 12/31

Plus Weekly Line Dance Lessons Tuesdays at Sayville VFW
And
Line Dance Lessons at Elegant Dance Studio: 1/8, 1/22, 2/5, 2/19, 3/5, 3/19


GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!
ONLY A FEW TICKETS LEFT!!
New Years Eve Party with Bill, Lyndy, Bill & The Sayville VFW!

$60/person: Includes Hats, Noise Makers, Light Snacks, Coffee, Tea, Dessert & Champagne Toast at Midnight!

Incredible Dance Floor, Great Instructors, Wonderful Instructors!!
Fundraiser for the VFW.

You are Welcome to Bring Your Own Table Snacks.
Please Purchase All Beverages at the Bar.

General Seating. Table Reservations Can be Made for Parties of 10 & 12.

Saturday, December 31st
8:30pm-1am
Doors Open at 8pm

Tickets available at Any
Line Dancing With Bill or
Lyndys Country Event

Email:
Bill : [email protected]
Lyndy: [email protected]

Sayville VFW Post 433
400 Lakeland Ave
Sayville, NY


GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!
ONLY A FEW TICKETS LEFT!!
New Years Eve Party with Bill, Lyndy, Bill & The Sayville VFW!

$60/person: Includes Hats, Noise Makers, Light Snacks, Coffee, Tea, Dessert & Champagne Toast at Midnight!

Incredible Dance Floor, Great Instructors, Wonderful Instructors!!
Fundraiser for the VFW.

You are Welcome to Bring Your Own Table Snacks.
Please Purchase All Beverages at the Bar.

General Seating. Table Reservations Can be Made for Parties of 10 & 12.

Saturday, December 31st
8:30pm-1am
Doors Open at 8pm

Tickets available at Any Line Dancing With Bill or
Lyndys Country Event

Email:
Bill : [email protected]
Lyndy: [email protected]

Sayville VFW Post 433
400 Lakeland Ave
Sayville, NY


TONIGHT!! Join Bill & Leslie of
Line Dancing With Bill
Tuesdays for Line Dance Lessons at the Sayville VFW.

Beginner/Beginner Plus 6-7:15pm
Intermediate 7:30-9pm

All night for $10/person!
Beautiful, Clean Wooden Dance Floor!

These Lessons are a Fundraiser for the Sayville VFW Post 433, that is Self Funded. So, Join the Fun and Help Out a Good Cause All at the Same Time!

EVERY TUESDAY

Sayville VFW Post 433
400 Lakeland Ave
Sayville, NY

This Upcoming Week with
Line Dancing With Bill:

Tuesday, December 20th:
Lessons at
Sayville VFW Post 433
400 Lakeland Ave
Sayville , NY
6-9pm

DATES TO SAVE:
At Sayville VFW:
Monthly Dances: 1/13, 2/20 & 3/17
New Years Eve Dance: 12/31

Plus Weekly Line Dance Lessons Tuesdays at Sayville VFW
And
Line Dance Lessons at Elegant Dance Studio: 1/8, 1/22, 2/5, 2/19, 3/5, 3/19


Veterans Service Organization
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[email protected] Sayville VFW Post 433 is a local Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

Our membership is comprised of veterans of the United States Armed Forces who served overseas in a military campaign or expedition and received an award of decoration for their service. We are committed to educating our community about the service and sacrifice of America's veterans and serving the local veterans of our community in whatever way we can. VFW Post 433's Upstairs Hall is available fo

09/27/2023

Hey gamers: If you haven’t already, register today to play in the VFW’s inaugural gaming league, Combat Tested Gaming! Made exclusively , by veterans – you won’t want to miss out on the action. vfw.org/Gaming

09/24/2023

Today, on Gold Star Mother's Day, we pay tribute and our deepest respect to all who have lost a child in defense of our great nation. We will never forget your sacrifice.

Youth Scholarships 09/21/2023

Middle and High School Scholarships

Youth Scholarships If you are a democracy-loving high school student interested in a $30,000 college scholarship or a patriotic middle school student interested in winning $5,000, these scholarships may be for you.

U.S. Air Force celebrates 76th birthday - a look back, and forward at their history - KVIA 09/18/2023

Happy Birthday U.S. AIR FORCE

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United States Constitution - Transcribed 09/17/2023

Happy Constitution Day

United States Constitution - Transcribed The Constitution of the United States of America is the supreme law of the United States. It is the foundation and source of the legal authority underlying the existence of the United States of America and the Federal Government of the United States. The United States Constitution was adopted on Sep...

09/15/2023

POW/MIA Recognition Day is commemorated on the third Friday of every September, a date that's not associated with any particular war. Resolutions making it official were passed in 1979 by Congress and the president after the families of the more than 2,500 Vietnam War POW/MIAs pushed for full accountability.

The point of POW/MIA Recognition Day is to ensure that America remembers and shows that it stands behind those who serve, and to make sure the Nation does everything it can to account for those who have never returned.

The remains of almost 82,000 Americans are still missing, according to the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA).

The DPAA reports that the numbers of missing soldiers from conflicts as:

73,515 from World War II (an approximate number due to limited or conflicting data)
7,841 from the Korean War
1,626 from Vietnam
126 from the Cold War
6 from conflicts since 1991
The DPAA further denotes that about 75 percent of those missing Americans are somewhere in the Asia-Pacific. More than 41,000 have been presumed lost at sea. Efforts to find those men, identify them and bring them home are constant. For example, the DPAA said that in the past year it has accounted for 41 men missing during the Korean War: 10 had been previously buried as unknowns, 26 were from remains turned over by North Korea in the 1990s, 1 was from a recovery operation, and 4 were combinations of remains and recovery operations.

Each year, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund also honors these lost soldiers along with the National League of POW/MIA Families by hosting a Candle Remembrance at the Vietnam Memorial. It is a unique way to remember the more than 1,500 still missing and otherwise unaccounted-for, as well as their families.

Annual POW/MIA Recognition Day Poster Unveiled 09/14/2023

Annual POW/MIA Recognition Day Poster Unveiled During a ceremony at the Pentagon, the 2023 POW/MIA Recognition Day poster was unveiled by distinguished guests such as Honorable Christine Wormuth, United States Secretary of the Army, Mr. Kelly

09/11/2023
09/02/2023

78 year ago today Admrial Nimitz sent a message to the fleet that Japan formally surrendered to the United States, Great Britain, and the Soviet Union ending World War 2 in the Pacific.

Be proud to live in the most free country this world has ever seen and that we will stand and fight for that freedom for all the people on earth.

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https://fb.watch/mOu4cVNKXV/?mibextid=Nif5oz

Photos from Sayville VFW Post 433's post 09/01/2023

Sayville VFW Post 433 was honored to present Eagle Scout Thomas Weik and his mother, Alexis Weik , each with a plaque in recognition of their efforts and support of Veterans.
Thomas Weik, with the support of his Mentor and father James Weik, planned, designed, fundraised and constructed a Pergola for Sayville VFW Post 433. When the project was finished, Alexis, James and Tom went above and beyond to decorate the Pergola with curtains, lighting and overhead cover for the enjoyment and comfort of veterans and guests.
Pictured left to right are Sayville VFW Adjutant Russell Gobetz, Eagle Scout Thomas Weik, Alexis Weik, and Post Commander Bill Borthwick.

08/30/2023

Naval Sea Cadet Award

Sayville VFW Post 433 was honored to present the Veterans of Foreign Wars Naval Sea Cadet Corps Citation and Medal Award to CPO Michael Cancellieri of the Lt. Michael Murphy Division of the U.S. Sea Cadet Corps, based at the Lt. Michael P. Murphy Navy SEAL Museum in West Sayville . The award was issued for outstanding achievement and exceptional leadership ability as evidenced in the attainment of the rank of Chief Petty Officer.

Pictured left to right is Sayville VFW Post Commander Bill Borthwick, Lt. Gary Vertichio, Commanding Officer of Lt Michael Murphy Division Naval Sea Cadet Corps, and Naval Sea Cadet Chief Petty Officer Michael Cancellieri.

08/24/2023

Gold Award

Sayville VFW Post 433 honored Mollie Anne Sebor of Girl Scout Troop 2361, Islip NY, on her earning the Gold Award, the highest and most prestigious award in Girl Scouting. For her achievement, Mollie received the VFW Gold Certificate of Recognition. Pictured from left to right, proud parents Peter and Alyson Sebor, Mollie Sebor and Sayville VFW Post 433 Commander Bill Borthwick.

08/15/2023

Sayville VFW Post 433 presented Sayville High School 2023 Graduate Colin Stagg with a VFW American Citizenship Certificate of Recognition and a $500.00 Scholarship for his essay on “Is Freedom Free?” in the annual VFW/ Sayville High School Essay contest Scholarship program. Pictured from left to right are Sayville VFW Post 433 Adjutant Russell Gobetz, Colin Stagg, and Post Commander Bill Borthwick.

08/11/2023

Eagle Scout Court of Honor
Sayville Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 433 was honored to present VFW Eagle Scout Certificates of Recognition to Sayville Scout troop 184 Scouts who were successful in attaining the highest rank of Eagle Scout. Pictured left to right are Eagle Scouts Zach Yovino, Thomas Weik, Aiden Minasian, Eric Bossert, and Sayville VFW Post Commander Bill Borthwick.

08/07/2023

First known as the “Badge for Military Merit," George Washington created the Purple Heart more than 240 years ago, making it the oldest U.S. military award. Today, we honor Purple Heart recipients and their loved ones for their service and sacrifice.

In 2019, VA amended its priority processing categories, giving Purple Heart recipients priority consideration during the claims review process. Purple Heart recipients who submitted initial disability compensation claims on or after April 1, 2019 will be added to nine categories of emergent claims requiring priority processing from the Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA).

File your claim at https://www.va.gov/disability/how-to-file-claim/.

07/31/2023

Save the Date! Pal-O-Mine Equestrian will be hosting our annual Open House September 10th, 2023.

Our farm will be open to the community to join us for a day of family fun. Learn about Pal-O-Mine's programs, meet our amazing animals, staff, and volunteers, and enjoy exploring all the fun activities we have on the farm!

Share this post to help get the word out! Hope to see you there!

07/31/2023

Art Cormier and his wife, Art Cormier was a Pararescueman captured by the North Vietnamese while attempting to save a Pilot who was shot down in North Vietnam. He was an Airman First Class and suffered years of torture at the hands of the Communists. He was repatriated in 1973, this photo celebrates his and others held prisoners their 50 years of Freedom. God Bless these POW's.

07/28/2023

Sayville VFW Post 433 Commander Bill Borthwick and Jr. Vice Commander Mike Alcabes present retiring Sayville High School History Teacher Susan Hart with a Plaque in recognition of her years of service to veterans. Her many years of assistance with the Sayville High School History Club, providing Veterans Day activities and breakfast to the Sayville VFW and volunteering at our Annual Barbecue and Holiday Parties for Hospitalized Veterans is greatly appreciated. Proudly looking on is Sayville High School Principal Mr. Ronald Hoffer.

07/28/2023

Sayville VFW Post 433 honored three generations of a family who assisted in placing U.S. Flags on Veterans’ graves at St. Lawrence the Martyr Cemetery for Memorial Day.
Jeanette Cestare of Girl Scout Troop
her mother Suzanne Cestare, and her grandmother, Christine Giannetta.
were presented with Certificates of Recognition for their Patriotic service by Sayville VFW Post Commander Bill Borthwick.

Pictured are Suzanne Cestare, Jeanette Cestare and Sayville VFW Post Commander Bill Borthwick.

Photos from Sayville VFW Post 433's post 07/25/2023

Sayville VFW Post 433 was proud to be invited as Guests of Honor by Connetquot School Districts’ Bosti Elementary School for their Flag Day Ceremony. It was a memorable and Patriotic event.

07/25/2023

2023 Sayville HS Scholarship winners

On behalf of Sayville Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 433, Post Commander Bill Borthwick was proud to award our 2023 Citizenship Scholarships to Sayville High School seniors Thomas Weik, Robert Zane, Giovanna Calicchio, and Dominic Lewis.

Photos from Sayville VFW Post 433's post 07/14/2023

Sayville Post 433 member and President of the District 11 Riders Group help out doing Bicycle Support for the Wounded Warrior Soldier Ride in Babylon NY!

07/04/2023

Happy 4th of July!

06/14/2023

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Photos from Sayville VFW Post 433's post 06/06/2023

Today commemorates the 79th anniversary of D-Day, also known as Operation Overlord and Operation Neptune.

Allied troops stormed the beaches of Normandy, a heavily fortified coast. Young Americans, like the Bedford Boys, fought and gave their lives in defense of freedom and the liberation of Europe. May we never forget their bravery and sacrifice.

God bless America and all who defend her. 🇺🇸

Photos from Sayville VFW Post 433's post 06/06/2023

Sayville Post 433 Honor Guard at the Sayville Memorial Day Parade honoring those who paid the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.

God Bless America 🇺🇸

05/29/2023

This is the daughter of a VFW member posting a flag and tending to the grounds of a Korean War Veteran's grave! It doesn't get any better than that! 🇺🇸

Photos from Sayville VFW Post 433's post 05/28/2023

Our post members honoring the brave men and women who have served this great country so we can enjoy our freedom. Freedom is not free.
God bless America and all who have fought to defend it.🇺🇸

05/20/2023

Armed Forces Day History

On August 31, 1949, Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson announced the creation of an Armed Forces Day to replace separate Army, Navy and Air Force Days. The single-day celebration stemmed from the unification of the Armed Forces under one department—the Department of Defense. Each of the military leagues and orders was asked to drop sponsorship of its specific service day in order to celebrate the newly announced Armed Forces Day. The Army, Navy and Air Force leagues adopted the newly formed day. The Marine Corps League declined to drop support for Marine Corps Day but supports Armed Forces Day, too.

In a speech announcing the formation of the day, President Truman “praised the work of the military services at home and across the seas” and said, “it is vital to the security of the nation and to the establishment of a desirable peace.” In an excerpt from the Presidential Proclamation of Feb. 27, 1950, Mr. Truman stated:

Armed Forces Day, Saturday, May 20, 1950, marks the first combined demonstration by America’s defense team of its progress, under the National Security Act, towards the goal of readiness for any eventuality. It is the first parade of preparedness by the unified forces of our land, sea, and air defense.

The theme of the first Armed Forces Day was “Teamed for Defense.” It was chosen as a means of expressing the unification of all the military forces under a single department of the government. Although this was the theme for the day, there were several other purposes for holding Armed Forces Day. It was a type of “educational program for civilians,” one in which there would be an increased awareness of the Armed Forces. It was designed to expand public understanding of what type of job is performed and the role of the military in civilian life. It was a day for the military to show “state-of-the-art” equipment to the civilian population they were protecting. And it was a day to honor and acknowledge the people of the Armed Forces of the United States.

According to a New York Times article published on May 17, 1952: “This is the day on which we have the welcome opportunity to pay special tribute to the men and women of the Armed Forces ... to all the individuals who are in the service of their country all over the world. Armed Forces Day won’t be a matter of parades and receptions for a good many of them. They will all be in line of duty and some of them may give their lives in that duty.”

The first Armed Forces Day was celebrated by parades, open houses, receptions, and air shows. In Washington D.C., 10,000 troops of all branches of the military, cadets, and veterans marched pass the President and his party. In Berlin, 1,000 U.S. troops paraded for the German citizens at Templehof Airfield. In New York City, an estimated 33,000 participants initiated Armed Forces Day “under an air cover of 250 military planes of all types.” In the harbors across the country were the famed mothballed “battlewagons” of World War II, the Missouri, the New Jersey, the North Carolina, and the Iowa, all open for public inspection. Precision flying teams dominated the skies as tracking radar were exhibited on the ground. All across the country, the American people joined together to honor the Armed Forces.

Content credited by:
United States Department of Defense
http://www.defenselink.mil/afd/military/history.html

05/04/2023

Sayville VFW Post 433 congratulates Blake Hunter Sebor of Boy Scout Troop 151, Islip, New York on his Achievement of earning Eagle Scout. Blake’s Eagle Scout Project involved the designing, funding and creating a game table that also functions as a storage table that Blake donated to The Long Island State Veterans Home in Stony Brook NY. Blake also donated 13 different games and puzzles to accompany the table. Sayville VFW Post 433 presented Blake with the American Flag, a VFW Scouter Patch and a Veterans of Foreign Wars Certificate of Recognition in his achievement of attaining Eagle Scout. Pictured are Proud Parents Peter and Alyson Sebor accompanying their son, Eagle Scout Blake Hunter Sebor, as Sayville VFW Post 433 Commander Bill Borthwick presents the VFW Certificate of Recognition.

04/08/2023

The members club will be open tonight at 7pm. Why not come down and join us?

Only open to VFW members and their family and/or a guest.

03/25/2023

The members club will be open tonight at 7pm. Why not come down and join us?
What the bartender lacks in mixology skills he makes up for in entertaining self-deprecating humorous stories.
Only open to VFW members and their family and/or a guest.

Photos from Sayville VFW Post 433's post 03/25/2023

For women's history month we would like to honor Joan Furey, Past Post Commander and an important member of Sayville VFW Post 433.
Sayville resident Joan Furey was honored on May 5th ,2022 at Stony Brook University’s School of Nursing’s 50th Anniversary Gala. Joan was presented with the School of Nursing’s Distinguished Alumnus Award for Lifetime Achievement in Nursing. A 1967 graduated of the Pilgrim State Hospital School of Nursing, Joan served with the Army Nurse Corp from 1968 to 1970, including a one-year tour at the 71st Evacuation Hospital in Pleiku, Vietnam, where she was awarded the Bronze Star for Meritorious Achievement. Upon her discharge from the Army, Joan applied to the newly established Stony Brook University School of Nursing to study for her Bachelor of Science Degree, which she received in May of 1972, one of 25 students in their first graduating class. On May 5th 2022 Stony Brook’s School of Nursing is nationally recognized as one of the top 10 Schools of Nursing in the United States, offering degree programs ranging from the BSN to PHD’s in nursing, in a variety of clinical and academic specialties.
Joan, Past Post Commander of Sayville Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 433, was recognized for her accomplishments during her 30-year career with the Department of Veterans Affairs. During that time, she was directly involved in developing and implementing a variety of programs designed to address the needs of both male and female veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder related to military service, including combat, combat casualty care and sexual trauma. She was also appointed as the founding Director of VA’s Center for Women Veterans in Washington DC, where she was charged with improving VA’s services to women. Upon her retirement she was received VA’s prestigious Distinguished Career Award; and in 2015 she received the New York State Senate Women of Distinction Award and was inducted into the New York State Veterans’ Hall of Fame by then State Senator Tom Croci.

Photos from Sayville VFW Post 433's post 03/02/2023

Sophie Jensen, a junior at East Islip High School in Islip Terrace New York, was named the 2022-2023 Voice of Democracy first place winner for Sayville VFW Post 433. Sophie's speech on the theme, "Why Is The Veteran Important?”.

Listen to her essay here: http://vfw433.org/uploads/Documents/Support/VoiceofDemocracyCompetition(1).m4a

Established in 1947, our Voice of Democracy audio-essay program provides high school students with the unique opportunity to express themselves in regards to a democratic and patriotic-themed recorded essay. Each year, nearly 25,000 9-12 grade students from across the country enter to win educational scholarships and incentives awarded through the program. Students compete by writing and recording an audio essay on an annual patriotic theme.

Pictured here right to left, VFW Post 433 Adjutant Russell Gobetz, Peter Jensen, Sophie Jensen, Lisa Jensen, VFW Post 433 Commander Bill Borthwick.

02/05/2023

Sayville VFW Poppy Chairman Joseph Franzosa and Post Commander Bill Borthwick presented Paul Gallo, Manager of Stop & Shop Store 563, Holbrook NY with a Plaque commending him and his employees for their support of the Sayville VFW Post 433 Poppy Program.

01/06/2023

Sayville Post 433 Veterans of Foreign Wars and the students of Sayville High School History Club, under the direction of teacher Susan Hart, combined resources to prepare Christmas gift bags for residents of the Long Island State Veterans Home at Stony Brook University.
Pictured are Sayville VFW members Joe Franzosa, Hugh Prior and Post Commander Bill Borthwick delivering the gifts to Jacqueline Bodkin, Assistant Director of Therapeutic Recreation at LISVH, Stony Brook. 12/20/2022.

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