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Honor Guard

The veterans who make up the “AMVET Post 312 Honor Guard” consider it a duty, an honor, and a privilege to participate in military rites for our departed fellow veterans.  They are also proud to take their flag program into the community schools and retirement communities, and share with their fellow citizens their love of country and their respect for their country’s flag.

OFFICERS

 
Captain Bob Anttila
   
Assistant Captain Frank Colucci
   
Treasurer Barb McGann
   
Chaplain  
   
 Information Officer Terry Corson
   
Past Captain Rick Howard
   


         Honor Guard News 2013


HONOR GUARD CAPTAIN Bob Anttila


 AMVETS POST 312

HONOR GUARD

AMVETS 2 YEAR STATE CHAMPION

 

We perform Military Funerals at our post, funeral homes and cemetery’s including Sarasota National.

 We also do flag presentations at nursing homes, ball games, mobile home parks and special events.

 We hold our monthly meeting the first Saturday of each month at 9:00 a.m. at AMVETS Post 312 in North Port.

 Join this elite group by becoming a member to help honor all of our veterans. You can become a member even if you belong to the Ladies Auxiliary or Sons of AMVETS.

 The Honor Guard will furnish you with a shirt including all patches, pins, etc plus a beret, gold & black scarves and shoulder ropes also a white cartridge belt.

All you need to furnish is a pair of black pants, black shoes and a black belt.

 

For further info  please contact:

Bob Anttila, Captain

Phone: 941-474-0453

Cell: 941-468-8183

Email: banttila@comcast.net


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AMVETS honor veterans

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 HONORING THOSE WHO SERVED

 

 

 

 

 


Tuesday, October 4, 2011

                                                                                Voted Best AMVETS Honor Guard In Florida

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The Honor Guard of AMVETS Post 312 of North Port, Florida competed at the Department of Florida AMVETS State Convention in Orlando Florida. Honor Guard Commander Rick Howard, Bob Anttila, Ron Larrivee, Barbara McGann and Richard Swore took First Place as the AMVETS best Honor Guard in the State of Florida.

Link to American Veterans Magazine