Community service is an important priority in our country and a founding VFW tenet. The VFW has a rich tradition associated with community service. Working closely with other national organizations, the VFW annually reports over 14 million volunteer hours.
Post 3010 takes part in civic activities in the City of Lincoln and in the County of Placer each year by providing a Color Guard for parades and hosting a booth during street fairs to provide information concerning veterans’ benefits and services.
The Post sponsors the annual Memorial Day and Veterans Day Services for the City and conducts the programs. Details will be posted on this site each year approximately one month before the program date.
The Post can assist in procurement of U.S. Flags for display at the home or business, and will accept torn and faded Flags for proper disposal. The Post will also assist families in obtaining the Blue Star Flag to honor members of the family in military service during time of combat. For more details, visit our U.S. Flag Information page or our Store to learn about obtaining an American flag.
The Post Honor Guard provides Flag presentation services to organizations on request for public activities.
The Post Honor Guard is available to assist families to conduct Memorial Services for deceased veterans. Services available include:
The VFW Ritual: a non-denominational service conducted at graveside, or as part of a funeral or memorial service.
Rifle team to provide gun salute.
Bugler to play Taps.
Presentation of Flag to next of kin. (Normally the Flag is provided by the Mortuary. The Post can obtain the Flag if the discharge document for the veteran is available.)
To request services of the Post Honor Guard please call Jerry Thomason (916) 759-8513
Please provide as much advance notice as possible. Many such events are arranged months in advance.