Veterans

Whatever interests you want to pursue, there probably is a group of like-minded neighbors who will be happy to have you join them. Whether it’s as energetic as tennis, artistic as china painting or mentally challenging as competitive bridge, you’ll find a club that will welcome you.

We have 22 music and dance clubs ranging from polka to ballroom dance and from big-band to country music. There are clubs for cats, dogs, writers, investors, gardeners, and fun-lovers of every stripe. Click on any of the categories below to learn more.

Below is a list of the Veterans Clubs we offer. Click one of the links to see more details about that club.

American Legion

A remarkable array of Veterans Clubs are offered here in Sun City Center. These organizations are established to strengthen friendships between veterans of the armed forces and students, to promote the intellectual development of its members, to advance and promote recognition of nationally recognized veterans’ holidays, and to review and explore educational opportunities and benefits that exist for current and potential veterans of the armed forces.

Meetings: Starts at 9:30 a.m. preceded at 9:00 a.m. with coffee and donuts.

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THE SILVER OSPREY SQUADRON #64

The Silver Osprey Squadron #64 of the Association of Naval Aviation is made up of many Navy, Marine and Coast Guard Aviators, NFO’s, former aircrew and maintenance personnel along with many non military people who share an interest in Military Aviation.

Meetings: six (6) monthly luncheons in the Plaza Club at Freedom Village. Held on the 2nd Friday of October, November, February, March, April & May

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DAV CHAPTER 110

A remarkable array of Veterans Clubs are offered here in Sun City Center. These organizations are established to strengthen friendships between veterans of the armed forces and students, to promote the intellectual development of its members, to advance and promote recognition of nationally recognized veterans’ holidays, and to review and explore educational opportunities and benefits that exist for current and potential veterans of the armed forces.

Meetings: Contact the President of the club for dates.

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LEATHERNECKS CLUB

The Sun City Center Leathernecks Club was formed to encourage a continuation of the pride, fellowship and dedication to country that distinguishes the U.S. Marine Corps. Our membership includes veterans of World War II, Korea, Viet Nam and other conflicts. We also work to support active-duty service men and women, as well as other worthwhile causes.

Meetings: 18:30 on the third Tuesday of each month in the Sandpiper Room, SCC Atrium Building.

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MILITARY OFFICERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA

MOAA was founded in Los Angeles, Calif., on Feb. 23, 1929. By the beginning of World War II, MOAA’s leaders realized that they needed to reorganize and expand to become an effective force on behalf of their members. The Sun City Chapter was established and has been a vibrant part of the community since September 5th, 1990. Prior to 1990 the chapter existed as The Retired Officers Association (TROA).

The Sun City Chapter of MOAA annually organizes and presents the Memorial Day Ceremony.

Meetings: 11 a.m. on 1st Wednesday of each month in Florida Room in the Atrium Building

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The Military Order of the World Wars – MOWW

A remarkable array of Veterans Clubs are offered here in Sun City Center. These organizations are established to strengthen friendships between veterans of the armed forces and students, to promote the intellectual development of its members, to advance and promote recognition of nationally recognized veterans’ holidays, and to review and explore educational opportunities and benefits that exist for current and potential veterans of the armed forces.

Meetings: Regular Chapter meetings shall be held monthly as well as Chapter Staff meetings

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NAVY SEABEE VETERANS OF AMERICA (NSVA)

A remarkable array of Veterans Clubs are offered here in Sun City Center. These organizations are established to strengthen friendships between veterans of the armed forces and students, to promote the intellectual development of its members, to advance and promote recognition of nationally recognized veterans’ holidays, and to review and explore educational opportunities and benefits that exist for current and potential veterans of the armed forces.

Meetings: Sun City Center North complex, Armstrong room, first (1st) Thursday of each month 11:45 AM.

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