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Lola Kane, Past President of Ladies Auxiliary 3150 is our Member of the Month. While Lola took a break after her presidential term, she has resumed her activities, mostly providing behind the scenes assistance for the Post and its members. She largely was the person behind preparing and sending "care" packages to Mike Holtz's unit while he was in Afghanistan. Lola also resumed being the contact person for the monthly newsletter mail out and she usually brings lunch for those doing the mail out work. She also has been seen setting up the dining room for Sunday Brunch. Proving life does not end when one's elected or appointed term ends, Lola is our John Lyon Member of the Month. Thanks, Lola, for all you continue to do!

Student essay and community service awards were presented during recent ceremonies at the John Lyon VFW 3150 Post. Awards were presented to patriotic essay contest winners - Voice of Democracy (VOD) for hish school, and Patriot's Pen for middle shcool, as well as for Teacher of the Year. See our February newsletter for more details.

Post Commander Jim Bertine, assisted by past Commander Mike McCartney and Post Quartermaster Connie Agresti (far right), present the President, Julie Pak, and employees of RazorX2, a Northern Virginia government contractor, with VFW Appreciation Certifcates for hosting the very successful "Rock Out For Vets" benefit concert for ourt Post. Our most sincere thanks!!! (Read more about it in our Dec/Jan Newsletter)

 
Canteen Hours:
Sun (1st, 3rd, 5th) 3 PM - 9 PM
Sun (2nd, 4th,"Brunch") 9 AM - 9 PM
Mon - Thurs 3PM - 9 PM
Fri & Sat 3pm - 10 PM
Post may close at 7:30 if no one there.
Call 703-525-0108 to check if we are open.
 
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John Lyon Post 75 Years - Vol 1
John Lyon Post 75 Years - Vol 2
May 2015
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Directions:
Car or cab: From the vicinity of the Vienam War Memorial, go west on Constitution Avenue and onto Interstate 66. Proceed to second exit (1/2 mile past the Potomac River bridges, on the long sweeping curve to the right): Lee Highway/Route 29 (and Roslyn and Key Bridge). **Stay on Lee Highway about a mile. After the overpass (you cross over I-66), you will see Bergmann Cleaners on the right at Veitch Street. Turn
left onto Veitch Street, then a quick left onto 19th Street. Post is at the end of the block. From the vicinity of the Pentagon, head north on Highway 110 past Arlington Cemetery, and take next exit on the right to Interstate 66. Take immediate exit to Lee Highway/Route 29 and proceed as above (**) to Veitch Street.

From the West/Beltway: Proceed east/ inbound on Interstate 66 to Exit 72 Lee Highway/Spout Run. Turn right at the signal onto Lee Highway. Go about one mile to Bergmann Cleaners on the left at Veitch Street (the one syllable “V” street). Turn right onto Veitch, then an IMMEDIATE left onto 19th Street. Post is on the right at the end of the block.

Subway: Take Orange Line into Virginia to Courthouse Metro Stop and exit on Wilson Boulevard. Walk west (left) to corner of Veitch Street and then north along Veitch about three blocks, turn right onto 19th Street to the end of the block.