POST 911 PHOTOS / 2013

              

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- AMVETS Post 911 First Time Marching in a Parade -

AMVETS Hayward Post 911's brand new Honor/Color Guard marching in our first Parade, our Honor Guard started this just 2 weeks ago. Honor/Color Guard members: U.S. Flag: Commander Michael L. Emerson, California State Flag: Heather Reyes, Post 911 Flag: Ron Galvan, POW/MIA Flag: Jim Hodges. Holding our Post Banner: Michael's girlfriend Mary Greenlee and Michael's oldest son Nick Emerson. We won 1st place as Best Honor/Color Guard against 5 other Honor/Color Guards in the Castro Valley Rowell Ranch Parade. Castro Valley, California. Saturday, 10 May 2014.


 

-AMVETS Clover Donations and Recruiting Event-

Photo #1: AMVETS Hayward Post 911 members Kareem Hazard, Michael L. Emerson, Bud's wife Gigi, Bud Simmons and Rick Thompson setting up the Clover and Recruiting table at location #1.  Photo #2: Post 911 members Susan Rodgers, Michael L. Emerson and Kareem Hazard at location #2. Post Provost Marshal Steve Johnson also volunteered later for a few hours.  Hayward, California.  Saturday, 21 December 2013.


 

-AMVETS City of Hayward Welcome Sign-

City of Hayward streets manager Craig Bourasa and his crew installing our American Veterans Hayward Post 911 sign on the City of Hayward's Welcome & Service Clubs billboard. Post Commander Michael L. Emerson was there to lend a hand. On Jackson Street in Hayward, California. Tuesday, 19 November 2013.


 

-Vets to School Event by Comcast & History Channel- 

Veterans from Hayward and surrounding cities participating in a "Bring a Veteran to School" event at Ochoa Middle School in Hayward, CA. It was put on by Comcast Cable and the History Channel and may become a documentary. Most of the Veterans were from AMVETS Hayward Post 911 or were invited by our Post to attend. In Hayward, California. Monday, 18 November 2013.


 


-AMVETS Awards Meeting-

American Veterans giving awards to  Miguel Alvarez and Maurice Rowland to  thank them for their Humanitarian actions in not abandoning the elderly patients in the nursing  home they worked at when it was shut down and all of the rest of the staff abandoned them. Hayward Veterans Memorial Building in Hayward, California. Thursday, 7 Nov 2013.


 

-Veterans Parade Pleasanton, Calif- 

AMVETS Post Commander Michael L. Emerson of AMVETS Hayward Post 911 in the Parade with AMVETS Concord Post 26 during the Parade. Michael inside a Vietnam era HUEY. Pleasanton, California. Sunday, 3 Nov 2013.


 

 - American Veteran "AMVETS" Magazine / Fall 2013 -

Article pertaining to Michael L. Emerson serving as guardian during an Honor Flight from 19-21 April 2013.


 

-AMVETS Charter Meeting- 

A total of 19 veterans (18 pictured) were present to sign up as charter members of the new Post: "AMVETS Hayward Post 911." In the last photo are the members of the Dept of California State AMVETS Officer Team who conducted the Charter Meeting. Conducted at the Hayward Veterans Memorial Building. Hayward, California. Saturday, 27 July 2013.


 

-Honor Flight Northern California-

Michael L. Emerson volunteered as a "Guardian" to help bring and take care of 28 NorCal veterans from WWII to visit Washington, DC and it's Memorials and Monuments such as: WWII, Korean, Marine Corps, Navy, AirForce, Arlington Cemetery, and Lincoln. From San Francisco, CA to Washington, DC and back. This specific flight was sponsored by AMVETS and Veterans Support Foundation. 19-21 April 2013.

 

 

 

                   

 

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