Important Information

From the HCVVO President’s Desk

Our Bylaws

Define what bylaws are: Bylaws for a veterans grounds are a set of rules and regulations that govern the operations, membership, and conduct within the healing fields facility exclusively designated for veterans, active-duty military personnel, and their families. These bylaws outline the purpose of the healing fields, membership eligibility, the structure and responsibilities of the governing body, guidelines for campground usage, reservations, etiquette, and other essential aspects necessary for maintaining a harmonious and supportive environment for its members. Bylaws serve as a framework to ensure fairness, safety, and adherence to the values and mission of the veterans grounds association.

Important Forms

BRICKS (Veteran/Associate)

2022 Scholarship

HCVVO Membership Application

Membership in the Howard County Vietnam Veterans Organization, Inc. is available to any veteran from any campaign in the U.S. Armed Forces and any patriot who applies and agrees to abide by the organization’s bylaws.

The HCVVO membership meeting is the second Saturday of each month at 11 AM and is open to all members. The HCVVO Board of Officers meets on the first Saturday of each month at 11 AM, but this meeting is for officers only. 

You can fill out and mail, email, or fax us your membership application. Lifetime Membership is available for a one-time $150 fee. Annual membership renewals cost $25 and must be submitted yearly. 

Memberhsip Application

HCVVO Annual Scholarship Essay

Submit an essay explaining what makes you the best candidate for the HCVVO Annual Scholarship award. Include personal or family details, educational and occupational plans after graduation, and special interests that set you apart. Tell us what motivates you to succeed and how this scholarship will help you.

Also, address this prompt in your response:

An aspiring military leader and veteran travel across the nation. Upon their return home, the aspiring military leader goes on to do great things in that country. What did the aspiring military leader learn from the veteran that contributed to his success?

Essay Requirements:

  1. Be an HCVVO member, child or grandchild of a member in good standing
  2. Include a copy of your high school and/or college transcripts
  3. Include one letter of recommendation and a copy of your personal essay
  4. Fill out and submit the form below

Printable Scholarship

Monthly Info

The Howard County Vietnam Veterans Organization believes in honor, duty, and transparency. Read and review our monthly membership meeting minutes or current finance report for updated information and community compliance.

Meeting Minutes

Monthly Newsletter

Contact Us

Available all year for veterans and their families.
Feel free to stop by or Leave a Message.

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8313 E. 400 S.
Greentown, IN 46936


(765) 628-0297