Monthly Scheduled Meetings

Our VFW/Auxiliary monthly meetings are held the 3rd Monday of the month at the VFW Hall at 7:00PM.

Freedom VFW 7695 Auxiliary Rummage Sale

The Freedom VFW 7695 Auxiliary Rummage Sale is Wednesday, April 28 through Saturday, May 1st from 8a.m. to 5p.m. at the Freedom VFW Park Pavilion off of Highway 55.


The drop off day for donations is Sunday, April 25th from 9am to 3pm at the Freedom VFW Park Pavilion on Highway 55. Priced gently used items will be accepted. No electronics or adult shoes.


Volunteers are needed! If your interested in volunteering for setup, a shift during the sale, or cleanup; please contact Kaye Springstroh ( or 920-419-4537), Diane Wiegand ( or 920-779-8860), or Barb Van Wychen ( or 920-766-9247).  Setup is Saturday, April 24 and Sunday, April 25 from 10a.m. to 2p.m. and Monday and Tuesday from 8 to ?. Clean up will be on Monday, May 3 starting at 9a.m.

Frank N. Brown VFW/VFWA Scholarship Program
The Frank N. Brown Scholarship Program is a Wisconsin program. Applicants must be a grandson, granddaughter, son or daughter of a VFW or VFW Auxiliary members. Applicants must reside in Wisconsin and their eligibility must come from Wisconsin VFW/VFWA members. 
Click to view the application for more details.

Send applications no later than April 15, 2021 to Commander Robert Bonack at
Freedom VFW Post 7692 Community Service Award

Freedom VFW All-American Post 7692 and Auxiliary selects a member of the community to receive the Community Service Award.  It is important for our Post and Auxiliary to participate in this program and provide a much-needed pat on the back for those that go above and beyond in serving the Freedom Community.


Click to view a sample of a submission form and eligibility requirements.


Send nominations no later than March 31, 2021 to Quartermaster Jim Reader at or Commander Robert Bonack at


Post/Auxiliary raised $1,081 for Buddy Poppy Event

In December, the Post and Auxiliary held a Safe Buddy Poppy Event at Simon's Cheese.  All members were staged outside of Simon's Cheese, maintained social distancing and wore masks/gloves.  Denny Peters had an innovative idea and stuck the Buddy Poppies in Styrofoam. The event raised $1,081 in donations!!  As always 100% of the money raised goes right back out to directly support Veterans, their families, and promoting Patriotism and Americanism efforts in the community.