Frisco Veterans Advisory Committee

A vibrant committee of engaged citizens actively developing and supporting community policy and programs that have established Frisco as a nation-leading, Veteran-ready community.
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Our Misson

To support Mayor Jeff Cheney’s initiative to honor, celebrate and award Frisco’s Veterans for the contributions to our country and leverage their talent to strengthen our community and local businesses.

We want Frisco to not just be a “Veteran-friendly” community but to be a “Veteran-ready” community that realizes the contributions Veterans can make to strengthen our community.

Pillar 1

Enhance awareness of the contributions our Veterans have made to our nation

Pillar 2

Sponsor programs that support Veterans successfully acclimating into our community

Pillar 3

Promote the value Veterans bring through their contributions to local businesses and our community

Congratulations to Frisco Distinguished Veteran Award-2018 Awardee Duane Landa

Frisco is Home to Over 3000 Veterans

The State of Texas has the largest Veteran population in the nation. Veterans have strong technical, professional and personal skills that are valuable to local businesses and veteran owned businesses have a higher success rate than the average.

Our Vision

A vibrant committee of engaged citizens actively developing and supporting community policy and programs that have established Frisco as a nation-leading, Veteran-ready community

Veterans in Frisco

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FVAC Support

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Frisco Veterans Advisory Committee Events Calendar

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K 9 Veterans Day
K 9 Veterans Day
Mar 13 all-day
K 9 Veterans Day
K9 Veterans Day, the day when all military dogs should be commemorated. This is an unofficial holiday, but the enthusiast make efforts to change the situation. The United States K9 Corps were created on March 13,[...]
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St. Patrick’s Day
St. Patrick’s Day
Mar 17 all-day
St. Patrick's Day
St Patrick is one of Ireland’s patron saints and many Americans with Irish ancestry remember him on March 17. Patrick’s Day is fixed on March 17, but may occasionally be moved by Catholic Church authorities.[...]
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Frisco Legion Shoot 2:00 pm
Frisco Legion Shoot @ Frisco Gun Club
Mar 24 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Frisco Legion Shoot @ Frisco Gun Club
Dear Friend of the American Legion~ Frisco American Legion Post 178, in partnership with the Frisco Gun Club at 6565 Eldorado Pkwy in Frisco and our sponsors, is hosting their SECOND ANNUAL PISTOL & RIFLE[...]
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Mayor’s Veteran Social 6:00 pm
Mayor’s Veteran Social @ Frisco Fresh Market
Mar 28 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Mayor's Veteran Social @ Frisco Fresh Market
Mayor’s Veteran Social Thu Mar 28th 6:00pm – 8:00pm Frisco Fresh Market, 9215 John W. Elliott, Frisco, TX 75034 map  Frisco Fresh Market and State Fair Carnival Rides Free Dinner and 1 free carnival ride for Veteran and[...]
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Vietnam Veterans Day
Vietnam Veterans Day
Mar 29 all-day
Vietnam Veterans Day
National Vietnam War Veterans Day is observed every year on March 29 and is a way to thank and honor our nation’s Vietnam veterans and their families for their service and sacrifice.
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To support the Mayor's initiative to honor, celebrate and award Frisco's Veterans for the contributions to our country and leverage their talent to strengthen our community and local businesses

– FVAC Mission

A vibrant committee of engaged citizens actively developing and supporting community policy and programs that have established Frisco as a nation-leading, Veteran-ready community

– FVAC Vision