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Disabled American Veterans Merd Wall Chapter
80 Hall Ave, Meriden, CT 06450
Disabled American Veterans Meriden and Wallingford Chapter is a nonprofit organization that was established in 1950More and is located in Meriden between Old Colony Road and South Broad Street on Hall Avenue. The organization represents veterans and their families, with claims for benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs, which provides benefit assistance to disabled veterans. Social functions and volunteer opportunities for community members are also available. Meetings are held the first and third Thursday of each month at 6pm.
Antique Veterans of Meriden
22 W Main St, Meriden, CT 06451
The Antique Veterans of Meriden, World Post #1, is a group of United States Armed Forces veterans that was formedMore in 1996. The group meets weekly at the Max. E. Muravnick Meriden Senior Center. It provides formal military burial ceremonies to honor deceased veterans. The honor guard includes a rifle squad, two buglers, flag folders with flag presentation to the family, a color guard, and musical selections appropriate for each service branch. The group also performs at various functions, schools and ceremonies. 
Mount Hebron Baptist Church
84 Franklin St, Meriden, CT 06450
Mount Hebron Baptist Church began as a small mission of 15 people organized at an outdoor gathering on Veteran Street inMore 1943. It has since grown to a congregation 400 strong. Led by the charismatic Rev. Willie J. Young, the church offers music programs, youth programs, Bible study, leadership training and more to its primarily African American members.
American Legion
835 Hanover Rd, Meriden, CT 06451
The American Legion provides programs and services that support America's war veterans. Services include health care,More youth support, career assistance, family support and education information. It also hosts regular meetings for members as well as other special events.
Roger Sherman Elementary School
64 N Pearl St, Meriden, CT 06450
Hidden away in the middle of a block in East Meriden, there is no way to directly access Roger Sherman's classic 1929More brick school building by city street. Once a four-room schoolhouse, after ongoing renovation the school now has 32 classrooms and houses about 660 students. Principal Louise Moss is a veteran of Meriden schools, having worked previously at Nathan Hale and Casimir Pulaski.