All-American Post 7916 Supports Police Officers in Puerto Rico

Congressman Wittman supported Hawkins Reeve VFW Post 7916 and the Family Friend Togetherness organization to gather donations for Police Officers in Barranquitas and Najarito, Puerto Rico where the devastation of Hurricanes Maria and Irma is still being repaired.  Many of the officers have lost their homes and all of their belongings while continuing to serve their community.  Post 7916 was proud to support this event and to host Congressman Wittman, Supervisor Ruth Anderson, Mayor Liz Quist, and candidates Jeff Dove (candidate for 11th Virginia Congressional District) and Dr. Minerva Dias (candidate for U.S. Senate from Virginia).
Congressman Robert Wittman delivers remarks in front of Post 7916.Our Boy Scout Troops were indispensable for preparing for the event.Post Commander, Jeff Lett, and FFT Chief Executive Officer, Cynthia Hale, of “Family Friend Togetherness” listening to remarks by Congressman Wittman.


Our Great Boy Scouts packing supplies for Puerto Rico.

Cynthia Hale delivering remarks and thanks for the donations received with County Supervisor Ruth Anderson and the assistant to Congressman Wittman.Occoquan Mayor Liz Quist (with Congressman Wittman in the background) speaks to the crowd.Commander Lett delivers a welcome and thanks for the donations, our fantastic volunteers, and Boy Scouts. Left to Right are Tom Gilbert (Post 7916 House Committee Chairman), Auxiliary President Liz Mack, Auxiliary member Lisa Glitzner, Mayor Liz Quist, Supervisor Anderson, Commander Lett, Congressman Wittman, Post Life Member Clancy McQuig, and one of our great Boy Scouts.

Post members and others listening to remarks by Congressman Wittman.Congressman Wittman with Post Commander Jeff Lett and District 10 Commander Chuck Wilson.District 10 Commander Wilson supporting the event at his home Post, 7916.Post 7916 Chaplain CMCPO (Retired) Michael Niblack helping out at the event.

District 10 Commander Wilson with Congressman Wittman.

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