VFW Post 4929 At the Brecksvile Veterans HospitalVFW and Auxiliary Members volunteering.Courtesy of V.F.W. 4929Twinsburg Firing SquadJohn Yanok, Bob Davit, Wilbur Kirby, Larry Richner, Allen Burkwell, Carl CrooksCourtesy of V.F.W. 4929The Twinsburg Honor RollCourtesy of V.F.W. 4929VFW HallVFW 4929 Hall in 2004Courtesy of V.F.W 4929Brecksville Veteran's HospitalLarry Roach, Zig Buganski, Wilfred Terril, Ellen Magenson and others volunteering in Brecksville.Courtesy of V,F,W, 4929VFW 4929The swearing in ceremony for the initial members of VFW 4929Courtesy of V.F.W. 4929Memorial Day 1977VFW 4929 during Memorial Day on 1977.Courtesy of V.F.W. 4929Memorial Day 1992VFW 4929 on Memorial Day in 1992.Courtesy of V.F.W. 4929Memorial Day 1994Auxiliary of VFW 4929 on Memorial Day in 1994.Courtesy of V.F.W. 4929Memorial Day 2002VFW 4929 on Memorial Day 2002.Courtesy of V.F.W. 4929Memorial Day 2002VFW 4929 on Memorial Day 2002.Courtesy of V,F,W, 4929Memorial Day 2003Memorial Day 2003 ProcessionCourtesy of V.F.W. 4929Memorial Day 20042004 Memorial Day ProcessionCourtesy of V.F.W. 4929Memorial Day, 2004 at the VFWPhil Weiss, Wilfred Terrill and Harold Munn celebrating at VFW 4929 on Memorial Day 2004.Courtesy of V.F.W. 4929Memorial Day 2008Courtesy of V.F.W. 4929Memorial Day 20092009 Memorial Day Procession.Courtesy of V,F,W, 4929Memorial Day 20092009 Memorial Day ProcessionCourtesy of V.F.W. 4929Memorial Day 2008Boy Scout Procession during 2008 Memorial DayCourtesy of V.F.W. 4929Thank You LetterA letter from 1957 thanking the VFW for one of its many activities to support Veterans.Courtesy of V.F.W. 4929Relay for LifeVFW 4929 supplying a Color Guard for 2005's Relay For Life.Courtesy of V.F.W. 49291957 Note from Fire DepartmentIn 1957 V.F.W. 4929 gifted an American flag to the new fire station.Courtesy of V.F.W. 4929.V,F,W, has a long standing commitment to the regionV.F.W. 4929 has been participating in parades in marches celebrating veterans for decades.Courtesy of V.F.W. 4929.V.F.W. 4929 has often provided honor guards.They have always been first in line to be of use honoring our veterans.Courtesy of V.F.W. 4929.V.F.W.4929 and youth groupsV.F.W. 4929 has always been available for events with local scout and cub troupes.Courtesy of V.F.W. 4929V.F.W. 4929 traces it's history back to the late 1940s.Founded by a mix of World War One veterans and servicemen recently returning World War Two soldiers, sailors and flyers, 4929 has been committed to the region for seven decades.Courtesy of V.F.W. 4929.V.F.W. often has sponsored contests for local students.These young men, in the 1960s, were the winners of the Poppy Day (Remembrance Day) poster contest to commemorate World War One veterans.Courtesy of V.F.W. 4929The roots of V.F.W. 4929 go back to the mid century.While 4929 was a mix of World War One and Two veterans, women played a large role early on.Courtesy of V.F.W. 4929.The Twinsburg Honor RollThe Honor Roll stood in the Square until 1956, when it was torn down. It listed all the Twinsburg Men who served in World War II.Alvin RobertsonRobertson died on November 6, 1968 while serving in Vietnam. A.W. Robertson Park on Twinsburg Road was dedicated to him in January of 1969.Courtesy of The Twinsburg Historical Society.