The Veterans of Foreign Wars
Polk County, North Carolina
Post #10349


Welcome Home Vets

If you have any of these awards, then you may join the VFW

Combat Action Badge

Combat Infantry Badge

Combat Medical Badge


Spanish Campaign

Army of Cuban Occupation

Army of Puerto Rican Occupation

Philippine Campaign

China Campaign and China Relief Expedition

Army of Cuban Pacification

Cuban Pacification Navy

Mexican Service

First Nicaraguan Campaign

Haitian Campaign

Dominican Campaign

W.W. I Victory (with Clasp)

Army of Occupation of Germany

Second Nicaraguan Campaign

Yangtze Service

China Service

American Defense (with Clasp)

American Campaign (with Foreign Service)

Asiatic-Pacific Campaign

European-African-Middle Eastern

Army of Occupation of Germany-Italy-Austria-Korea-Japan Navy Occupation

Korean Service

Southwest Asia Service Medal

Marine Corps Expeditionary

Armed Forces Expeditionary

Combat Action

Vietnam Service

Kosovo Service Medal #1

Kosovo Service Medal #2

raq Campaign Medal

Afghanistan Campaign Medal

Korean Defense Service Medal


Are fraternal, patriotic, historical and educational
To preserve and strengthen comradeship among its members
To assist worthy comrades
To perpetuate the memory and history of our dead,
and to assist their widows and orphans
To foster true patriotism
To maintain and extend the institutions of American freedom
And to preserve and defend the United States from all her enemies, whomsoever
To maintain true allegiance to the government of the United States of America,
and fidelity to its constitution and laws.

"We Honor The Dead By Serving The Living"



VFW Post 10349

Post Phone Number is : 828-894-5098
Email :

The Polk County VFW Post 10349 meets the 2nd Monday of each month starting at 1900 hours. This includes both the Main Post and the Ladies Auxiliary meeting in separate areas of the post.

There is a dinner before the meetings attended by both memberships.
After the dinner then the members hold their meeting in separate areas of the hall.

The VFW Headquarters is located on the West Side of Mill Springs, NC, on Highway NC-108.  Their is a sign on the South side of Highway NC-108 pointing up the hill to the Post Headquarters. Please note that you cannot see the post from this highway.

Not only do we go into the schools here in Polk County, and do  Americanism, and youth programs. We do flag education. Our core programs are Voice of Democracy, Patriots Pen, Teacher of the year,
and Veterans and Family service. We have a Ladies Auxiliary that we work very well with.


The Polk County Veterans Association is a newly formed group consisting of the elected leadership from the three local Veterans groups, American Legion Post 250, VFW Post 9116 and VFW Post 10349.

The purpose of this association to pool the resources of these three smaller organizations into a larger group to better serve the veterans of Polk County and surrounding communities.

At this time the President of the Polk County Veterans Association is Bevin Corbin who is also the Commander of the VFW Post 9116; Vice President is Michael Collins, who is the Commander of the American Legion Post 250.

The Association is a member of the Carolina Foothills Chamber of Commerce and building support through this arena to promote the needs of veteran and gather support.

If you would like more information and/or to donated, please contact the
   Polk County Veterans Association.


is played every Thursday Evening starting at 1900 hours.

Bingo is open to the general public and everyone is welcome.
Smoke Free and NO Alcohol allowed inside the building.
We have a full kitchen with food and snacks available.

If you are a Veteran then we need you to join.
We all have a voice in the community and in Washington as well.

Life Membership Card

Never pay Dues Again!
Get Your Life Membership Today!

Remember that you may join and become a life member.
See your commander for more information on how to do it.
By the way, over the years it is a lot cheaper than dues renewal.


The VFW Ladies Auxiliary

Meeting starts at 1900 hours on the second Tuesday of each month.
We meet in another area of the post.  All are welcome to attend.

Guarding and serving Polk County, North Carolina

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