5th Annual Veterans & Family Picnic at Riverview Park

Veterans Council of Indian River County
Veterans Council of Indian River County

The 5th Annual Veterans & Family Picnic will be Saturday, February 1, 2020, from 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. at Riverview Park, located at 600 US HWY 1, in Sebastian.

There will be fun, games and lunch provided. Please bring a lawn chair.

The Veterans Council of IRC hosts this picnic, along with American Legion Post 189, American Legion Post 181, American Legion Post 39, VFW Post 10210, Vero Beach Veterans, the Next Generation Veterans of IRC, and The Salvation Army.

Veterans Council of Indian River County Programs & Services

  • Upward Veterans
    The Upward Veterans Program provides emergency assistance with utility bills, rent, medical expenses, and groceries for eligible veterans.
  • Veterans Outreach
    The Veterans Outreach Program provides assistance with the transition from military to civilian life. Employment readiness, job search, and skills training.
  • Transportation Services
    The Veteran Transportation Service provides transportation to medical appointments at the West Palm Beach VA Medical Center.
  • Veterans in the Classroom
    The Veterans in the Classroom Program teaching students about respect for the nation, flag honors, military service, and citizenship.
  • Veterans Helping Veterans
    The Veterans Helping Veterans Program provides basic home improvements for veterans who cannot afford or are physically unable to complete the work.
  • Honoring Veterans
    The Honoring Veterans Program constructs memorials for the fallen and performing military ceremonies with local veteran organizations.

For more information on any of these services, visit the Veterans Council of Indian River County website.

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