Open To All Veterans Of Foreign Conflicts

February Music Lineup
2/2 Sixty Sense
2/9 Bourbon Blues
2/16 The Keswicks
2/23 The Stinks
Live Music from 9PM - 1AM
Open Mic Night
Every Wednesday
Sign Ups 8PM/8:30PM Start
Hosted by Dave Palan, Steve Horn & Friends!
Veterans Crisis Line
1-800-273-8255 Press 1
“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected and handed on for them to do the same.”
- Ronald Reagan 40th President of the United States
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About North Penn Post 676

Open to all veterans of foreign conflicts. This includes World War I and II, Korea, Vietnam, Operation Desert Storm, Iraq and Afghanistan. We welcome all veterans who have served our country in time of need.

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Photo Galleries

There are photos of our building, banquet room 1st floor, banquet room 2nd floor, previous events and more.

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Our Menu

We offer a variety of menu options and packages. This includes Catering, Children’s Menu, Beer Package and Beef and Beer Package.

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Resource Links

We have a lot of links that will take you to informational website. Ranging from documents, to forms and other helpful information.

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This Weeks Events

Booking Calendar

Service Officer Locator


  • Locate the “FIND A SERVICE OFFICER” box on the right-hand side of screen
  • Select your state and hit “GO”

Bronze Veteran's Medallion

Relatively recently, the VA has authorized the issue of bronze medallions to be attached to privately purchased headstones/markers to signify veteran status. This medallion is in lieu of a government issued headstone or marker when appropriate, such as, to mark the presence of a veteran in a family plot when a family headstone is already present. The veterans death must have occurred on or after 11/1/1990. The medallions are 5 inches and are issued directly to the family. They come complete with instructions on how to affix the emblem. Complete information and instruction packets are available in the Post office. We can also assist in attaching the medallions, if needed.

Contact the Veterans Affairs office for the county where you reside to obtain information on getting a medallion the sticks in the ground.

VA Burial Benefits: Learn More and Apply Here