Williamsburg Correspondent 

VFW's Building Sale Benefits Community Groups


November 3, 2022

Commander Michael Fay gives donations on behalf of the VFW to Williamsburg Farm Show Board representatives Shawn Brubaker, Bill Stotler, President Jeff Walason, Louis Brenneman.

Since the 1950s, the Williamsburg VFW building along Lower Clover Creek has been a staple for many Williamsburg events. Now the VFW is giving back to the community. Members of the VFW recently sold the building and are giving the profits back to the community.

"It was the idea of the members to give back to the community via the sale," VFW Commander Michael Fay said.

Big decisions

The Williamsburg VFW began roughly around 1946, following World War II. The building joined shortly after in the 1950s.

The Williamsburg VFW, when it was first organized, began as kind of a "social club."


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