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Veterans Services

VETERANS MOBILE FOOD MARKET

The Veterans Mobile Food Market is a Farmers Market style distribution of assorted foods for Veterans and their families. Please see the flyer below for more information and how to register.

Food will be distributed through at the Nahant Town Hall at the side entrance (Pleasant St.) No-Contact Drive Thru

If you have questions about the Food Market please contact:

Jon Lazar: Veterans Agent | (617) 549-8760

Mary Miner: Council on Aging Director | (781) 581-7557

Veterans Mobile Food Market

Veterans Census Card and Exemption Forms

Please take a moment to register with us. We have provided the Census Card to help make the process easier. You may download our Veterans Census Card, print it out and mail it to us at the Town Hall.

A Veterans Exemption Form is also available for download. Please visit the Assessor’s page for more information on this Exemption.

Mobile Food Market Distribution Program

A farmer’s market style distribution of assorted foods for Veterans and their families

If you are a veteran, widow or widower, or dependent of a veteran–we invite you to participate!

Sponsored by the Town of Nahant’s Department of Veterans’ Services in partnership with the Greater Boston Food Bank and Bank of America.

There are no documents

Reminder

  • Please call the office before the next date if you are not participating in the next distribution.
  • Everyone who has participated in our program in the past is already registered.
  • No need to fill out paperwork, unless you are new to the program.
  • Please bring reusable cloth grocery bags; our supply is very low.
  • Please keep in mind you are responsible for transporting the food distributed to you.
  • It is strongly encouraged to bring someone to assist you.
  • You are allowed to send a representative to pick-up your food.

Please call or email Jon Lazar if you have any questions.

Our Flag

On Flag Day, June 14, 1923, The American Legion and representatives of 68 other patriotic, fraternal, civic and military organizations met in Washington, DC for the purpose of drafting a code of flag etiquette. The 77th Congress adopted this codification of rules as public law on June 22, 1942. It is Title 4, United States Code Chapter 1. Here are some additional links for interesting information about “Old Glory” from the American Legion.

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