The Lt. Jerry
Novakovich, Post 1525, Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States is
located at 2290 Willow Pass Road in Concord, California. Our building
was constructed in the late 1920s and maintained throughout the years
to retain the majestics of that era.
We welcome the opportunity
to have people tour the interior of our building and view:
Seals of Defense" a painting designed by a Boy Scout for his
Eagle Scout rating.
The American Flag
that draped the coffin of Concord's first KIA in Iraq is displayed in
his honor in the Assembly Room.
View the many Plaques
and awards presented to the VFW, American Legion and Military Order
of the Purple Heart for recognition of their accomplishments.
area contains our cafeteria and kitchen. We have installed an elevator
to assist those who find difficulties in going up and down stairs. Attend
the VFW's breakfasts held on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month.
From 8 am to 11 am, Enjoy eggs served to your order, pancakes, sausages,
coffee, cocoa, and orange juice. While Dinning enjoy viewing the 54
replicas of WWII posters that supported and boosted America ideals during
Post 1525 welcomes
all, be they veterans or civilians, for we are proud to be a part of America's
OUR MOTTO IS: SERVICE
CONTINUES AFTER THE UNIFORM IS REMOVED