MEMORIALIZE THE VETERAN IN YOUR FAMILY
WITH A PAVER PLACED
Veterans Memorial Park
600 South Third Street
Welcome to the official website of AmVets Post 35 of Watertown, WI.
Post No. 35 was first organized in 1947 and named in the memory of two young soldiers who died as Prisoners of War (POW) during World War II, Harvey Riedemann and George Thompson, both from Watertown.
Riedemann died in a Japanese POW camp and Thompson died in a Nazi POW camp. Thus, the post is named after one Pacific and one European war theatre victim from Watertown to preserve their memories through the years to come.
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Watertown AMVETS Post 35 is teaming up with Versiti - Blood Center of Wisconsin to bring an opportunity for the community to come together and support our local veterans and those in need.
Thursday, August 8, 2019, 1:00-6:00 PM at the Watertown Senior & Community Center, Terrace Room.
Bleed for those who fought, and bled, to save our lives. Come donate to raise money for veterans in your community.
For an appointment, visit http://bit.ly/amvetsaugust2019 or call 877-232-4376.