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The website, Eblast, and Newsletter team does our best to share all of our events with you. But the addition of a professional photographer to our team has taken our game to a new level.

Check out this short video of some of our activities in 2019.

Post 29 Centennial

Save the date – September 27, 28, and 29 will be our Centennial Celebration.

We have events planned for all three days.

Friday the 27th we’ll have our normal Friday activities, plus some goodies. We will move the Social Quarters up to the main hall all day Friday to give us more room. PLEASE NOTE, NO CARS MAY BE LEFT OVERNIGHT. WE WILL TOW THEM SO THAT WE CAN SETUP FOR THE SATURDAY BLOCK PARTY.

Saturday the 28th from noon until 5PM we’ll have a block party in our parking lot. We will have bands, food, drinks, and some entertainment for kids. This will be free to attend (food and some drinks will be free). This is a family-friendly event. We aren’t advertising it, but it is open to the public. Please invite your neighbors, friends, and extended families. The Social Quarters will remain open, but with limited service. The primary activities, food, drinks, bathrooms, etc., will be outside.

Sunday the 29th is our birthday. We’ll have a formal meeting for dignitaries and special guests in the main hall. The Social Quarters will open late on Sunday (around 3PM). Members are welcome to attend, but please dress appropriately (no shorts, t-shirts).

Cobb Ceremony for Korean Vets

Honoring Our Korean War Veterans

A Certificate of Honor & Peace Medal Ceremony

Hosted by the

Cobb County Board of Commissioners

Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Atlanta

Georgia Department of Veterans Service


Wednesday, October 30, 2019, 2:00 P.M.

at the

Cobb County Civic Center

548 S. Marietta Parkway, Marietta, 30060


The Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Atlanta and the Georgia Department of Veterans Service are partnering to say “Thank You” to Korean War Veterans for their honorable military service and personal sacrifice by hosting a special medal and certificate ceremony. This event will involve the presentation of the Republic of Korea’s Ambassador for Peace Medal and Georgia’s Korean War Veteran Certificate of Honor. Every Georgia veteran with honorable service during the Korean War (June 25, 1950 to July 27, 1953) is eligible to receive this certificate and peace medal lapel pin (This includes veterans with service in-country and those who were stationed elsewhere in other capacities).  It is also available for veterans who participated in the United Nations Peacekeeping Operations through the end of 1955. The Ambassador for Peace Medal began to be presented to veterans as a special memento for those American veterans who returned to Republic of Korea through the “Revisit Program.” The honor was expanded to veterans who have been unable to participate.  The State’s Certificate of Honor is personalized with the Korean War veteran’s name, rank, branch of service, and dates of service printed over the Seal of the State of Georgia and includes the official Korean War logo. These certificates are signed by Governor Brian Kemp and GDVS Commissioner Mike Roby.

DEADLINE TO SIGN UP: Friday, October 11, 2019

For more information about this event call GDVS Public Information at 404-656-5933

POW MIA Update 9.16.2019

As most of you know this week all week there are different remembrance events being played out all over the US in the observance of the National POW/MIA Recognition Day which falls on Friday, September 20, 2019. Even in our great State of Georgia there will be a observance ceremony at the State Capital, in the South Wing starting at 11:00 am also that day the governor has issued a Proclamation to recognize that day,  The States ceremonies will be on Thursday, September 19, 2019, Please attend if you can and show your respect for our missing service members not only from Vietnam but all conflicts. Thank you all for your support.

Here are some numbers to think about this week.

WWII     1941-45      POWS—–93,941 (Europe) 27,465 (Pacific)          Unaccounted for 72,884 Combined; Died in Captivity 147 (Europe) 1,121 (Pacific)

Korean   1950-53      POWS—-7,140  Unaccounted for 6,585                              Died in Captivity—2,701  

Vietnam  1961-75      POWs—-766     Unaccounted for 1,594                                  Died In Captivity—114   

Perisan Gulf  1990-91  POWS—47     Unaccounted for 0                                  Died in Captivity—-0                                             

Afghanistan    2001-14   POWS—4     Unaccounted for 6                                      Died in Captivity–0

Iraq                 2004-11   POWS–11           Unaccounted for 3                                        Died in Captivity—0             

“You Are Not Forgotten”

Tommy Cannon
Georgia POW/MIA Honor Guard, Post 29

Queen of Hearts Update

Queen of Hearts had no winner in week #6. Next drawing is Tuesday 9.17.2019.

Ticket sales close at 5:45 PM. Drawing at 6PM. 

Tuesday drawings are getting crowded. PLEASE PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS BEFORE TUESDAY.  Tickets can be purchased from any of the bartenders on duty any day of the week. We encourage you to not wait until Tuesday to purchase your tickets due to the higher volume of ticket sales.

Eligible members of Post 29 may participate.