Welcome to John Franklin Sprague VFW Post 6796 official web site...  A lot of things are happening at the post, so come on by! Check us out on Facebook where you can find current events, join in the discussions of the post, view pictures, and have fun! Come by the post, check out the bullentin boards, and read the calendar in the Vet Gazette for events and happenings at the Post! For Hall Rental, email hallrental@vfw6796.com or call the post.....   See us on Facebook

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WE ARE Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States

VFW Post 6796 is in Dallas, the Department of Texas VFW, in District III. See District III on Facebook

Karaoke on Tuesday 7pm-10pm

Friday Night Dinners (5:45pm), and Dancing to Live Bands at 8pm-midnight!


Yes, we are VFW 6796!  Come joine with us to make things happen!

VFW Post 6796 2nd and 4th Thursday each month at 7pm

Click here to go the the Men's Aux of 6796 home page

VFW Auxiliary 1st Thursday each month at 7pm

Gold Star Grandmothers' Club  2nd Wednesday at 9:30am

POW-MIA national web site

Ex-POW  3nd Tuesday at 11am

Dallas area Military Order of the Purple Hearts (MOPH)  3nd Saturday of each month at 9:30am


VFW Post 6796 Welcomes You to our post home.  Call us or come by and visit anytime!

9179 Garland Rd
Dallas, TX 75218

Phone 214-327-9565

email info@vfw6796.com

For Hall Rental email hallrental@vfw6796.com or call the post

"Veterans Helping Veterans"

VFW 6796 is on Facebook - Join Us !!


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Calendar Hall Rental Bingo!!!


Marines Navy Air Force

"Remember It was the Veteran, not the reporter, who has given us freedom of the press. It was the Veteran, not the poet, who has given us freedom of speech. It was the Veteran, not the lawyer, who has given us the right to a fair trial. It was the Veteran, not the campus organizer, who has given us the right to demonstrate. It is the Veteran who salutes the flag. Who served under the flag. Whose coffin is draped by the flag. Who allows the protester to burn the flag."  Father Dennis O'Brien, USMC

Help VFW Help a Vet - Donate at Buddy Poppy Fund Raisers

The VFW organized the first nationwide distribution of Buddy Poppies ever conducted by a veterans organization in May, 1922. Immediately thereafter, the poppy was adopted by the National Encampment held in Seattle, Washington during August of that year as the official memorial flower of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States of America.

poppyToday, VFW Buddy Poppies are assembled by disabled, needy, and aging veterans in VA Hospitals, State Veterans Homes and domiciles across the country. The majority of proceeds derived from each campaign conducted by VFW Posts and their Ladies Auxiliaries is retained locally to provide for veteran services and welfare. The minimal assessment (cost of Buddy Poppies) to VFW units provides compensation to the veteran's rehabilitation and service programs, and partially supports the VFW National Home for orphans and widows of our nation's veterans.

Buddy Poppy proceeds represent no profit to any VFW unit. All the money contributed by the public for Buddy Poppies is used in the cause of veterans welfare, or for the well-being of their needy dependents and the orphans of veterans.

Wear a Buddy Poppy Proudly  -  Donate if you can - Remember Always

last updated 09/22/2016 12:26 PM - Contact VFW 6796 regarding any content changes