Friday, August 29, 2014

RSVP Ribbon Cutting ceremony

RSVP is taking over management of the senior citizens building. They have invited us to their pre-opening reception on Sep 14th from 5-8pm and their ribbon cutting ceremony on Sep 15th at 0900.

They have also asked if we have some volunteers to paint 3 church pews between now and 14th.

Call Susan (?) at RSVP 233-5915 if someone wants to paint. I have drop cloths if needed.

__ Craig Vance __

Friday, July 25, 2014

VA Opening Burn Pit Registry (Different from the Persian Gulf registry

VA Opening Burn Pit Registry
VA Press Release
The VA is committed to caring for the needs of Veterans who have lung and other health conditions possibly related to their deployment to the Southwest Asia Theater of Operations. The Airborne Hazards and Open Burn Pit Registry will enable VA to better assess the health of veterans exposed to burn pits and other airborne hazards.
The registry launch was postponed to allow adequate time to develop and test the software and hardware as well as to ensure data security and accessibility. Now that it is available, veterans may participate and need not be enrolled in VA’s health care system to do so, because a registry is an epidemiological research tool and the receipt of a registry examination(s) and tests does not constitute the receipt of care.
VA encourages all veterans who served in Iraq, Afghanistan, Djibouti, and the Gulf War to participate in the registry. Veterans should sign-up now for a Department of Defense Self-Service Logon (DS-Logon) in preparation for the launch of the registry. DS-Logon can be found at thiswebsite.
This registry will enhance our (VA) understanding of any identified long-term adverse health effects of exposure to burn pits and other airborne hazards during deployment—ultimately leading to better health care.

Helpful numbers

NWOKDAV FAX 580-234-5926
Van to VAMC OKC 580-478-7027
Enid van 580-242-3808
Enid VA Clinic 580-242-5100
Blackwell VA Clinic 580-363-0052
Stillwater VA Clinic 405-624-0334
VAMC OKC Operator 866-835-5273
VAMC OKC Eligibility 405-456-5774/2713
VAMC OKC Transfer Clinics Assignment 405-456-5421
DAV MUSKOGEE NSO OFFICE 918-781-7764
DAV MUSKOGEE NSO OFFICE (FAX) 918-687-0606
V.A. REGIONAL OFFICE 800-827-1000
DAV OKLAEPARTMENT (WATTS) 800-717-1005
DAV OK DEPARTMENT FAX LINE 405-557-0252

June 2014 Retiree Newsletter

Military Retirees, Annuitants and Former Spouses

The June 2014 Retiree Newsletter is ready for your review. It contains important information about managing your myPay password, updating your email addresses, and educating your loved ones and beneficiaries.

To access the newsletter, please click on the link below. You will find a list of topics for the June newsletter, and you will also have easy access to previous newsletters after you click the link. The links to the newsletter were consolidated into one link for your convenience.

http://www.dfas.mil/retiredmilitary/newsevents/newsletter.html

The History of the DAV Emblem

The History of the DAV Emblem

Probably you have seen the DAV emblem in most of the forms existing today. It appears on lapel pins, flags, and shoulder patches. It is a familiar part of all DAV caps. It is used on stationery, official documents, awards, plaques, business cards, and many other forms of official DAV material. Ever wonder how or why the DAV adopted its official emblem?
Our emblem was selected as the official symbol of the Disabled American Veterans when our organization was founded, in 1921. At that time, the organization was known as the Disabled American Veterans of the World War.

The emblem is a replica of an original etching drawn and designed by a well known artist of that day - E. H. Blashfield - at the special request of President Woodrow Wilson. It was used as the central design on a certificate which was presented to every soldier, sailor, and marine who had been wounded in action during honorable service in World War I.
The impressive certificate was headed by the words, “Columbia Gives to Her Son the Accolade of the New Chivalry of Humanity.” The emblem was displayed under those colorful words. Below it, the name of the man and the unit with which he served was printed, and under that the following words: “Served With Honor in the World War and Was Wounded in Action.”

The certificate was signed by President Woodrow Wilson.
Several characters of importance are in the design. Our flag, of course, is seen in the right-hand background.
The woman in the long flowing white gown is Columbia. Who is Columbia? Several years before the Revolutionary War many of the people living in the thirteen colonies felt that our country should have been named Columbia after its discoverer, Christopher Columbus. Throughout the war, poets used the name “Columbia” to describe their new nation which was to become the United States. The name continued to become popularized after the war, and a symbolic figure of a woman dressed in flowing garments and holding an American flag emerged from the pens of artists. It became a familiar figure for statues and pageants to depict America. Some people think the statue on the Capitol dome in Washington, D.C., is Columbia. But it isn’t. That is a statue called the Statue of Freedom.

Columbia, in the DAV emblem, is knighting a World War I soldier. She is honoring him for his bravery in protecting humanity, and a group of soldiers stands at attention in the background.
President Wilson and the artist authorized our organization to use the design for the official emblem of the Disabled American Veterans of the World War. The emblem was adopted.
One of the original founders of the DAV, Judge Robert S. Marx, applied for and was granted a patent on the emblem in 1921. It has been used since that time.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

APR/MAY/JUN Newsletter E-Copy









Northwest Oklahoma - Chapter 66

202 W. Walnut Ave
Enid, OK 73703 580-242-3808
http://nwokdav.org April/May/June
2014

Next DAV Meeting
1900 MONDAY, August 11th, 2014
At the Golden Corral 4629 W Owen K Garriott Rd, Enid, OK 73703

Chapter 66 Officers

Commander Don Eck
Sr. Vice Commander Leisa Leonard
Jr. Vice Commander Michael Manley
Treasurer Michael Hassler
Chaplain Sam Justice
Judge Advocate Craig Vance
Adjutant Jim Stark
Executive Committee Michael McCauley
Executive Committee “Red” Layman
Executive Committee Ernie Kincade
Executive Committee Bill Washburn
Sergeant-at-Arms Al Gardner
Officer of the Day Jack Seckman




A big THANK YOU to our Chapter Service Officers:
Don Eck Craig Vance
Mike McCauley Ernie Kingcade Jim Stark
Linda Nesbett Tommy Nicholson Leisa Leonard
COMMANDER’S CORNER
INCOMING COMMANDER – Don Eck
I am honored and humbled to become your commander at such a critical time in this chapter’s history. Our former commander absolutely put his heart and soul into the Chapter. I would like to personally thank him on behalf of the Chapter. We have a lot of hard work ahead but I know you will continue to perform as quiet professionals, and excel in enabling our success. I would not be successful without the people around me backing me up. Thank you for placing your trust and confidence in me, and my staff.

OUTGOING COMMANDER – James Stark
Over the past two years I have truly had my breath taken away many times. The kindness and dedication of our volunteers has built this Chapter into a place of unwavering support for all Veterans. I can’t name every single person who has helped over the past couple of years, but please know that you are appreciated. The CSO’s have truly outdone themselves. Thank you for never quitting, and for always accomplishing the mission. I am honored that you trusted me to lead. To the new commander, I wish you luck. You will have your hands full, but I have complete faith in you and the staff.

TREASURER’S REPORT

Balances (subject to updates daily):

- Checking Fund: $ 5,047.24
- Capital Improvement Fund: $ 3,646.51
- Transportation Fund: $ 14,616.87
- Depot Fund: $ 1,056.00
- Scholarship Fund: $ 2,963.00

DAV Conference & Case Service Officer Annual Training 2014
We had a great time at the 2014 CSO Annual Training at the Best Western Saddleback Inn in Oklahoma City. CSO training was interesting to say the least. There were lots of great questions that lead into many debates. I was in awe of the amount of DAV & DAVA members that came to the events. The Juniors ran around selling leis, candy, and raffle tickets. The money they raised is being put into their scholarship fund. An interesting fact that I learned is that over the 4 days we consumed over $1,500 worth of coffee!!! ~ Leisa Leonard, Sr. Vice


CHAPTER 66 BRAG BOX
We would like to take a minute to recognize one of our outstanding volunteers. Earl Melvin has put in more hours than any other DAV Ch 66 Member! He drives tons of Veterans to & from medical appointments in OKC & Enid. His selfless dedication truly sets him apart & we can’t thank him enough for all of his help! Three cheers for Earl! Hip hip hooray!!!!

DAV AUXILIARY UNIT 66 NEWS
The meeting is always on the second Thursday of the month at 3:00pm at 202 W. Walnut Ave.

We need your help!!! Always looking for volunteers!!!

Yours truly,
Joan Stark, Auxiliary Commander


Need to contact one of the Staff ? … send an email

Don Eck = deck@nwokdav.org
Leisa Leonard = leisa.leonard@nwokdav.org
Jim Stark = jstark@nwokdav.org
Joan Stark = joan.stark@nwokdav.org
Michael Hassler = mjhassler@nwokdav.org
Mike McCauley = mccauleymichael66@nwokdav.org
Sam Justice = chaplain@nwokdav.org

CHAPLAIN’S CHATTER
“Jesus, you said, “There is no greater love than to lay down one’s life for one’s friends”. Today we pray for those men and women who have, in their military service, sacrificed their time, strength, ambition, health, and even their lives on this earth to benefit “friends”, known and unknown.

Read more at http://www.beliefnet.com/columnists/prayerplainandsimple/2012/11/a-prayer-for-veterans-and-their-families.html#7B4oc2q2pUgrTrW2.99
If you need to speak with our Chaplain, please contact Sam Justice (580-478-2840)





News for All Veterans
Limbs for Life
Chapter 66 has partnered with Limbs for Life to collect used prosthetic limbs and devises for refurbishment. If you or someone you know has a prosthetic limb that is no longer in use, please contact the office so we can arrange pick up or delivery. Limbs for Life is a global nonprofit organization that provides financial assistance to amputees who cannot afford prosthetic limbs and raises awareness of the challenges facing amputees. These refurbished prosthetics are then donated for use in other countries. Limbs for Life can financially assist United States citizens from all 50 states. For more information on Limbs for Life in OKC, please go to https://www.facebook.com/limbsforlife or call (888) 235-5462.

Donating Via IRA:
The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 included charitable IRA legislation that allows donors ages 70 1/2 and older to move up to $100,000 a year from an IRA directly to an eligible charity, including the DAV, without having to pay income taxes on the money. You may contribute funds this way if: you are 70 1/2 or older; your total IRA gifts do not exceed $100,000 in a tax year; you have the IRA custodian transfer funds directly to the charity; and you designate the gift outright to the qualified charity. For more information, contact your IRA custodian. For details about the donating to NWOKDAV, email craig@okdav.org or call 580-278-1377.


The NWOKDAV extends appreciation during the lifetimes of those who create legacy gifts for the DAV; that is, gifts that will benefit the DAV in the future. Such gifts can be made through wills or other estate plans as well as through life-income gifts such as charitable gift annuities.Those who create legacy gifts are among our most special supporters. We can think of no greater honor to us and to the injured heroes we serve than to create one of these gifts that provide for a strong DAV future. If you have already included the NWOKDAV in your estate plans, please let us know by calling us at 580-242-3808 or mailing copies of your bequest to Northwest Oklahoma Chapter 66 DAV, 202 W Walnut Ave, Enid, OK 73701. Gifts of any size through your will or trust are honored through the NWOKDAV. Such gifts can be a percentage of your estate, a specific dollar gift, a contingency gift, or a residual gift.

Most Common Bequests
Cash gifts of any size to NWOKDAV are greatly appreciated and permit us to continue our work assisting veterans. Life Insurance Policies and Retirement Plans You may also name the NWOKDAV as a beneficiary or contingent beneficiary of a life insurance policy or retirement plan—and enjoy significant tax benefits. Property You may also bequeath real property (house or land) to NWOKDAV.

Please be sure to use our legal name and address: Northwest Oklahoma Chapter 66 DAV,202 W Walnut Ave, Enid, OK 73701 on all legal documents.


Millitary-Civilian Community Partnerships to Respond to Sexual Assault
Training event: Lawton OK, Aug 21-22, 8:30-4:30.
Fort Sill Conference Center 6045 Sheridan Road Fort Sill, OK 73503
Register at https://surveymonkey.com/s/8TP7X89






VA Press Release
The VA is committed to caring for the needs of Veterans who have lung and other health conditions possibly related to their deployment to the Southwest Asia Theater of Operations. The Airborne Hazards and Open Burn Pit Registry will enable VA to better assess the health of veterans exposed to burn pits and other airborne hazards.
The registry launch was postponed to allow adequate time to develop and test the software and hardware as well as to ensure data security and accessibility. Now that it is available, veterans may participate and need not be enrolled in VA’s health care system to do so, because a registry is an epidemiological research tool and the receipt of a registry examination(s) and tests does not constitute the receipt of care.
VA encourages all veterans who served in Iraq, Afghanistan, Djibouti, and the Gulf War to participate in the registry. Veterans should sign-up now for a Department of Defense Self-Service Logon (DS-Logon) in preparation for the launch of the registry. DS-Logon can be found at thiswebsite.
This registry will enhance our (VA) understanding of any identified long-term adverse health effects of exposure to burn pits and other airborne hazards during deployment—ultimately leading to better health care.

Burial Benefits
Effective July 7, 2014: VA is changing its monetary burial benefits regulations to simplify the program and pay eligible survivors more quickly and efficiently. These regulations will authorize VA to pay, without a written application, most eligible surviving spouses basic monetary burial benefits at the maximum amount authorized in law through automated systems rather than reimbursing them for actual costs incurred.
• Under the current regulations, VA pays for burial and funeral expenses on a reimbursement basis, which requires survivors to submit receipts for relatively small one-time payments that VA generally pays at the maximum amount permitted by law.
• The new burial regulations will permit VA to pay, at a flat rate, burial and plot or interment allowances thereby enabling VA to automate payment of burial benefits to most eligible surviving spouses and more efficiently process other burial benefit claims.
• The burial allowance for a non-service-connected death is $300, and $2,000 for a death connected to military service.
Benefit
Service-related Death
VA will pay up to $2,000 toward burial expenses for deaths on or after September 11, 2001, or up to $1,500 for deaths prior to September 11, 2001. If the Veteran is buried in a VA national cemetery, some or all of the cost of transporting the deceased may be reimbursed.
Contact the Ch 66 DAV if you would like to apply.

NEW DAV “PERKS”

Third Sunday of every month (after renovations are completed) 2:00pm – 4:30pm
Employment Class - Taught by Leisa, Department of Labor contractor. Learn the basics of today's employment market, resume writing, and interview techniques. Open to Active Duty Military, and Veterans. Bring a pen & paper. Call 850-524-5912 to reserve your seat. 10 Seats available. Class taught monthly.



NEW DAV “PERKS”

Fourth Sunday of every month (after renovations are completed) 3pm – 6pm
Art Therapy for Veterans & Active Duty Military. Art supplies provided. No children please. Contact 850-524-5912 to reserve your seat. 10 seats available.

Stressed? Have Kristine give you a 15 minute massage for free. Email leisa.leonard@nwokdav.org to get the details if you are interested.



TPI provides all printing for our newsletter



Call 580-234-1267 for employment opportunities

2015 Proposed Legislation
Here are some of the top ideas for proposed legislation that the DAV can start pushing. I’m hoping to generate some meaningful conversation not arguments.

1. Free college tuition for Oklahoma Veterans: Oklahoma Veterans enrolled in a degree program at any Oklahoma State System of Higher Education or Oklahoma State Board of Career and Technical Training institution may attend tuition free for up to 36 months.

2. Education for Spouses and Children of Deceased or Disabled Oklahoma Veterans: provide tuition waiver for dependent children of Oklahoma veterans or servicemen who died in actin or died from service-connected diseases or disabilities, have been verified by the Oklahoma Department of Veterans’ Affairs as having service connected 100% total and permanent disability ratings of 100% and are in receipt of disability retirement from any branch of the United States Armed Services, or are classified as prisoners of war, missing in action, or Killed in Action. Recipients must be enrolled in a degree program at an Oklahoma State System of Higher Education or Board of Career and Technical Training. Entitlement extends for 36 months of enrollment. Specific residency requirements apply and the veteran must have served during specific wars, conflicts or events.




2015 Proposed Legislation Continued…

3. Establish an Oklahoma Veterans Re-Education Act Fund to provide tuition assistance to those veterans who need a new vocation due to dislocation or unemployment. Veteran must have exhausted the GI Bill and the Oklahoma GI Bill and be in need of tuition assistance.
Encourage Health Care providers to participate in the Tricare medical system: Provide tax incentives to health care providers who enroll in and stay enrolled as a Tricare medical provider.

4. Encourage Veterans to live, work , and attend school in Oklahoma: Veterans attending a degree program at an Oklahoma State System of Higher Education or Board of Career and Technical Training shall be entitled to instate tuition rates regardless of residency status. Veterans not eligible for education benefits under the Oklahoma GI Bill eligible for a state tax credit equal to the lessor of $1500 or the amount of tuition at an institution of the Oklahoma State System of Higher Education or Board of Career and Technical this credit shall not exceed a period of 36 months enrollment and may be carried over for up to 5 years beyond the year in which qualifying tuition was paid.

5. Oklahoma Working to Ensure Veterans get full Burial Honors: Require all coroners, funeral home directors, etc. to report indigent or unclaimed bodies of deceased veterans to the Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs to ensure proper burial honors are provided. ODVA will ensure the proper internment of each and every indigent Soldier, Sailor or Marine who shall have served in the Army, Marines, Navy or Air Force of the U.S. in any war in which it has been engaged and been honorably discharged there from who shall at the time of his or her death be a resident of the State leaving insufficient means to defray the expenses of interment. ODVA may apply for the DVA burial benefit and headstone on behalf of the unclaimed or indigent veteran.

6. Oklahoma Courts may not consider VA Disability Compensation as income or divisible property during property settlements in divorce court.

7. Military Retiree Income 100% Tax Exemption: 100% of retirement or compensation received as retirement benefits by any person retired from the military service of the United States of America and survivor benefits derived therefrom is hereby exempt from any state, country or municipal income tax or like tax whatever name called.

8. Oklahoma Veterans Business Program: Establish an Oklahoma Reservist and Veteran Business Loan program offering no interest loas of $500 to $20,000 apiece to recently retired military service members who want to start a business in Oklahoma. Loans financed through a $400,000 revolving state fund. Loans to be repaid over 54 months.

9. Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE) Opportunities: Establish a state goal of awarding 3% of all state contracts to disabled veterans through a disabled veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE) Program. Veterans with a service connected disability rated at 10% or greater who own at least 51% of a business, and who meet other eligibility criteria.

10. Special Housing for Disabled Veterans: Payment by the State of up to $5,000 to each qualified, totally disabled veteran for the purpose of purchasing or remodeling a home to improve handicapped accessibility.



2015 Proposed Legislation Continued…

11. Establish the Oklahoma Veteran’s First Home Grant Program: provides a tax free $5,000 matching grant to any veteran for the purchase of a first home in Oklahoma. To qualify, the service member must have served on active Federal duty under title 10, 90 days or more after 9-11-2001. Active duty for training does not count.

12. Establish an Oklahoma Veterans Registry: The Oklahoma Veterans Registry is a permanent record of all Oklahoma Veterans – past and present – who have served our nation since statehood. Each Oklahoma veteran is entitled to the basic information of name, rank and branch of service.

13. Provide Oklahoma Veterans rated at 100% or I/U (Non-P&T) with the same benefits available to Oklahoma benefits available to disabled Veterans rated at 100%.

14. Waive Pike ass fees for Oklahoma Veterans rated at 100% or I/U.

15. Allow any Veteran with service connected disability to purchase Oklahoma Disabled Veteran license tag.

If you have any ideas, please feel free to email me and I will pass them on to our representatives.
~Leisa Leonard, Sr. Vice (leisa.leonard@nwokdav.org)

NEWSLETTER FOR VETERANS & ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY
Telehealth by Hans Petersen, VA Staff Writer -- Monday, June 23, 2014

In fiscal year 2013, more than 600,000 Veteran patients received some element of their health care via telehealth. That’s 11 percent of the Veterans in the VA health care system who participated in 1.7 million telehealth episodes of care. For those thousands of Veterans, the future is now with telehealth, a radically different way for patients to receive and clinicians to provide care. According to Dr. Adam Darkins, “telehealth in VA is the forerunner of a wider vision, one in which the relationship between patients and the health care system will dramatically change with the full realization of the ‘connected patient’. The high levels of patient satisfaction with telehealth and positive clinical outcome, attest to this direction being the right one.” Darkins is VA’s chief consultant for telehealth services. Telehealth is aimed at making care convenient, accessible and patient-centered. Telehealth helps Veterans live independently in their own homes and local communities.

- See more at: http://www.va.gov/health/NewsFeatures/2014/June/Connecting-Veterans-with-Telehealth.asp#sthash.Biu99SzH.dpuf




Telehealth article continued on next page…




DID YOU KNOW…? Telehealth covers Over 44 Clinical Specialties!!!

A key component of VA Telehealth is Clinical Video Telehealth, real-time video consultation that covers over 44 clinical specialties including: TeleIntensive Care, TeleMental Health, TeleCardiology, TeleNeurology, TeleSurgery, Women’s Telehealth, TelePrimary Care, TeleSCI Care, TeleAmputation Care, TeleAudiology, TeleSpeech, Remote Nursing Home Consultation, TelePathology and more.
Home Telehealth, which provided care for 144,520 Veterans in fiscal year 2013, helps patients with chronic conditions in their homes, providing non-institutional care, chronic care management, acute care management, health promotion and disease prevention.
Forty-five percent of these patients live in rural areas and may otherwise have had limited access to VA health care. The number of Veterans receiving care via VA Telehealth services is growing approximately 22 percent annually.
- See more at: http://www.va.gov/health/NewsFeatures/2014/June/Connecting-Veterans-with-Telehealth.asp#sthash.Biu99SzH.dpuf


EXTRA… EXTRA.. READ ALL ABOUT IT…

VOLUNTEER DRIVERS NEEDED!!!
Drivers are needed to drive the DAV van to take veterans to the VA Medical Center in OKC.
We also need drivers to drive to and from the local Enid VA Clinic.

In Lieu of Flowers:
Thank you to those who have included a request in their obituary that an “in lieu of funeral flowers” donation be made to Chapter 66 of the Disabled American Veterans. This is a thoughtful and lasting salute to the memory of those dedicated veterans of the uniformed services. Donations can be sent to DAV Chapter 66, 202 W. Walnut Ave Enid, OK 73701 or may be handled by the funeral home.

Enid VA Clinic
Located at 915 E. Garriott, Suite G
Hours of operation are Monday – Friday, 0800 – 1700.
The clinic operates by appointment only, NO WALK-INS. Call 580-242-5100 for an appointment.









UPCOMING EVENTS & VOLUNTEERING & MEETING SCHEDULE
* All dates & locations are subject to change. New dates / locations will be posted on nwokdav.org

PROJECTED RE-OPENING OF DEPOT BUILDING BETWEEN 29 AUG & 15 SEPT

Aug 7 DAV 66 ExComm Meeting; 1100; GOLDEN CORRAL
Aug 11 DAV 66 Meeting; 1900; @ GOLDEN CORRAL
Aug 17 Employment Class; 1400 @ 202 W. Walnut Ave
Aug 24 Art Therapy Class; 1500 @ 202 W. Walnut Ave (supplies provided)
Sep 1 Labor Day
Sep 4 DAV 66 ExComm Meeting; 1100; 202 W. Walnut Ave
Sep 8 DAV 66 Meeting; 1900; @ 202 W. Walnut Ave
Sep 19 POW/MIA Day
Sep 18 US Air Force Birthday
Sep 21 Employment Class; 1400 @ 202 W. Walnut Ave
Sep 28 Art Therapy Class; 1500 @ 202 W. Walnut Ave (supplies provided)
Oct 2 DAV 66 ExComm Meeting; 1100; 202 W. Walnut Ave
Oct 6 DAV 66 Meeting; 1900; @ 202 W. Walnut Ave
Oct 13 Navy Birthday & Columbus Day
Oct 19 Employment Class; 1400 @ 202 W. Walnut Ave
Oct 26 Art Therapy Class; 1500 @ 202 W. Walnut Ave (supplies provided)
Oct 31 Halloween
Nov 6 DAV 66 ExComm Meeting; 1100; 202 W. Walnut Ave
Nov 10 USMC Birthday
Nov 10 DAV 66 Meeting; 1900; @ 202 W. Walnut Ave (Thanksgiving meal)
Nov 11 Veterans Day
Nov 27 Thanksgiving Day
Dec 25 Christmas Day









CHAPTER CONTRIBUTION FORM

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Please use my donation to:
 Support Chapter Operations Fund
 Support the Transportation Fund
 Support the Building Improvement Fund
 Support the new Scholarship Fund


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NWOKDAV Chapter 66 is a 501(c)4 tax exempt organization.


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Enid OK 73701

Hello Veterans

Greetings members! Just saying hi. I hope everyone is doing okay. Our building is still being renovated so everything is a crazy mess, but we are working around the construction. If you need to file a claim or get a ride to/from the VA just give us a call 580-242-3808 and leave a message. We will get back to you ASAP. Take care everyone!