WHO WE ARE/WHAT WE DO

We recently held an orientation session to help new  and prospective members better appriciate the history of our post as well as the variety and breath of the more than 70 programs in which our post is involved.

Bill Morgan hosted the event and prepare this slide show





Military Appreciation Sponsors


SAVE THE DATE

​Sunday March 15

Your social committee

​does it again with a free fun and patrotic outting to the annual

​Military Appreciation

​UNCW Baseball Game


CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION


CALENDAR OF COMING MEETINGS:  2/26 Monthly Post Meeting;  3/16 Executive Committee;   3/18 Honor Guard Practice; 3/25 Monthly Post Meeting; 

 4/13 Executive Committee;  4/15 Honor Guard Practice; 4/22 Monthly Post Meeting; 5/18 Executive Committee; 5/20 Honor Guard Practice; 5/25 Memorial Day Ceremony;   5/27 Monthly Post Meeting;   6/15 Executive Committee;  6/17   Honor Guard Practice;   6/24 Monthly Post Meeting.









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These ads ran throughout the 2019-2020 holiday season to thank all who serve.  The ads were made possible through the generosity of the Southport NC State Port Pilot

Newspaper. 

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​​​Post 543 recognized families with relatives on active duty with the presentation of Blue Star Flags to be flown ​outside their homes.

SAVE THESE DATES FOR THIS IMPORTANT EVENT

On April 16th, 17th, and 18th

VA Benefit Officials, Heath Care Workers, and Service Officers from Post 543 and other veterans organizations will be at

South Brunswick High to expedite new or existing VA claims, appeals, and other issues.

Previous events have been hugely successful.


CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

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POST 543 WELCOMES A FALLEN HERO

HOME TO WILMINGTON

On February 1st our post joined other veteran organizations in paying a final tribute to Army

Specialist Antonio Moore who was killed while serving  in Syria.

ORITORICAL CONTEST

​The winner of the Post 543 Oritorical contest

has also won the

District 9 competion.

Brunswick County

Early College

freshman Dallas Russ

 will now proceed

to the Division 2 

contest comprised

of Posts located in 18 Southeastern NC counties.