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United Veterans Council
Second Tuesday every other month or as needed

About the United Veterans Council
The United Veterans Council was formed on March 8th, 1928 to promote the co-operation, harmony and unity among veterans in order that veterans’ events and projects shall receive the greatest respect from the community and thus be able to obtain the greatest results.

The United Veterans Council works closely with the Veterans’ Office on various projects all year long (namely Memorial Day commemorations, Veterans' Day commemorations, and the dedication of street memorial squares.) The bylaws and rules of procedure are available online.

Organizations in Good Standing

As of this date, the following organizations are in good standing:
  • American Legion
  • Department of Veterans' Services
  • Disabled American Veterans
  • Marine Corp. League
  • Veterans of Foreign Wars

Original Organizations

The original organizations that formed on March 8, 1928, were:
  • Charles Moloy Camp #42 U.S.W.V.
  • John T. Flaherty Chapter #21
  • D.A.V. - W.W.
  • C.B. Winn Camp #66 S. of U.V. Acting for G.A.R
  • George A. Campbell American Legion Post 101
  • Woburn VFW Post 543
  • Woburn Leatherneck Div. - Marine Corp. League
  • World War I Barracks
  • Woburn D.A.V Chapter 88
  • Department of Veteran’s Services for the City of Woburn