What We Do
To foster camaraderie among United States veterans of overseas conflicts.
To serve our veterans, the military and our communities. To advocate on behalf of all veterans.
Ensure that veterans are respected for their service, always receive their earned entitlements,
and are recognized for the sacrifices they and their loved ones have made on behalf of this great country.
Post 12141 was chartered in July of 2014 with 37 members We meet monthly on the first Wednesday of the month in the Jefferson County Senior Center at 7:00PM
What We Do
Assist veterans in need (assistance with VA claims, financial assistance, transportation, etc.)
Work with the youth in our community to foster patriotism and Americanism through various youth and scholarship programs
Participate and promote community events in support of our veterans
What We Have Accomplished
Veterans Day Tribute to our veterans at the Erickson Aircraft Collection
Assisted veterans in financial need
Assisted veteran with household plumbing problems
Transport veterans to the VA clinic in Bend
Encouraged veterans filing claims with the Vetarans Administration
Assisted a surviving spouse in publishing her WWII POW husband's book about his experience
Removed a blown down tree from a local senior's house
Build a shelter for veteran's electric scooter
Collected funds to pay for an Honor Flight guardian's travel
To guide the participants across America.
To educate future generations on the importance of accountability in wartime actions, emphasizing that no one should be left behind.
Run For The Wall is the Largest and Longest Organized Cross-Country Motorcycle Run of its kind in the World.
Register and Ride with us for as many days and miles as you’d like.
Join us at one of our overnight stops, on one of our Four Routes.
We travel from California to Washington, DC and from Washington, DC to Marseilles, Illinois every May with over 1,800+ participants annually.