VFW "Over There" Post 112

Veterans of Foreign Wars
"Over There" Post 112,
Wichita, Kansas

Welcome to VFW Post 112 on the web. We are the oldest post in Kansas. Post 112 was chartered on January 14th 1920. We proudly display our trophy for having the worlds largest membership from 1953 to 1955. We serve drinks on the original bar, that was removed from the historic Eaton Hotel in downtown Wichita. We are a Post rich in history with an eye on the future. Our meetings are the third Tuesday of each month. Our canteen/bar opens at 5PM Tuesday, 3PM Friday, Saturday at Noon, and Sunday at 10AM. We are located at 1560 S. Topeka, Wichita KS. 67211. We are just minutes from 135. On the North East corner of Harry and Topeka. Call (316) 265-3255 ,or email us at vfw112@yahoo.com 
Click the following link to go to the National VFW Website

   World War II Memorial website                                    Korean War Memorial website                                 Vietnam War Memorial website

Purple Heart Website purpleheart.org

The VFW Ladies Auxiliary and Men's Auxiliary have now joined into one unit called the VFW Auxiliary. If you are interested in joining the Auxiliary to support Veterans and the Community please phone 265-3255 or stop by the Post for information and an application. 

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                VFW Post 112 Officers
       Commander - Bill Gale
       Sr. Vice - Bob Hernandez
       Jr. Vice - Bob Fitzthum
       Quartermaster - Diane Hiebert
       Chaplain - Grant Geihsler 
       Judge Advocate - John Burns
       Surgeon - John Gibbs

      Please note, our Post meetings now start 
      at 7:00 PM, effective March 15, 2016.

      Effective August 1, 2014, VFW Post 112 
      has been a Non Smoking facility. If you 
      didn't like the environment of a smoking
      club, you can now come down and join 
      us in a smoke free facility.

      September is National POW/MIA Recog-
      nition Month. Remember our Comrades 
      who have not yet been accounted for and
      support efforts to keep their memory 
      alive and to bring them home.
      Visit our facebook page at VFW Over 
      There Post 112.


            Schedule of Events
Date               Time            Activity
Sep 2              6:00 PM        Friday Dinner

Sep 4              10:00 AM      Sunday Brunch

Sep 6              5:00 PM        Fiesta Tuesday, Tacos, burritos
                                          etc. All for $1.00 each

Sep 9              6:00 PM        Friday Dinner
                                          Special: Open Faced Roast Beef
                                          Sandwich, Vegetables & Salad                             
Sep 11             10:00 AM     Sunday Brunch
          Patriot Day - Remember

Sep 13             5:00 PM       Pasta Dinner Night 
               7:00 PM        House Committee Meeting       
Sep 16             6:00 PM        Friday Dinner
   Special: Pork Ribs, Vegetable &
   POW/MIA Recognition Day
                                           Ceremonies during and after 
                                           dinner - be here

Sep 18             10:00 AM      Sunday Brunch
   US Air Force Birthday. On this day
                                           in 1947 the Air Force was made a 
   separate branch of the service,
   distinct from the Army Air Corps.

Sep 20             5:00 PM       Post Dinner Night
               7:00 PM       Post Monthly Meeting, Be there!
  Been vocal on issues or want to
  make changes-attend a meeting.

Sep 23              6:00 PM        Friday Dinner
                                           Special: Oven Fried Chicken, 
                                           Potatoes, Vegetable & Salad

Sep 25              10:00 AM      Sunday Brunch
                                           Gold Star Mother's Day

Sep 27              5:00            Pizza Night
           7:00 PM        VFW Auxiliary Meeting

Sep 30              6:00 PM       Friday Dinner
                                          Special: Meat Loaf, Potatoes,
  Vegetables & Salad                

We have added a kids menu to Friday dinners and Sunday brunches. Kids under 10 eat free on Sundays and kids under 10 can enjoy the kids menu on Fridays. Bring your children or grandchildren to the Post and check out the new kids menu.    
 Do you want to support your Post with its veteran and community service programs? You can very easily. We are currently participating in the Dillons Neighborhood Rewards Program. Simply purchase a card through the Post and as you use your card to buy groceries or fuel you help accumulate credits for the Post. Phone or stop into the Post to buy your card and get information. Ph. 265-3255.
We are renewing a fundraising effort that was started a number of years ago. The ceiling tiles of the Canteen are stenciled with the names of members and Ladies that gave to the Post in the past and wanted to have their names enshrined at the Post. For a minimum donation of $10.00 you can have your name among our previous donors. If you wish to participate, send your donation with your name as you want it to appear to:
    VFW Post 112
    1560 S. Topeka
    Wichita, Kansas 67211
These moneys will help us continue our support of veterans in the community, at our local VA Hospital or wherever a veteran is in need.
We Thank You for your support. 

 Some of the active members and past officers we have lost recently.
Roger "Zack" Zackula - Korea
Dale O'Dell - Navy, World War II
Charlie DeHaven - Air Force, Vietnam
Jack Calvert - Navy, Vietnam
Orlin Wagner - Air Force, Korea
John Ward - Air Force, Korea
Bud Hentzen - Navy, Air Force, World War II
Terry Johnson - Air Force, Korea
Jack Bradley - Navy, World War II
Marvin Appling - Army, Korea
John Edgar - Navy, Vietnam
Mike Nunn - Navy, World War II
Jim Blenkinsop -Army Air Corps, World War II
Ron Brooks - Marine, Korea and Vietnam
Bob Berry - Army Air Corps, World War II
Bill Beckham - Air Force, Vietnam