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Veterans Service Organization

Veterans Service Organization
350 Pageant Lane, Suite 308
Clarksville, TN 37040
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(931) 553-5173/5174
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Events and Ceremonies

Veterans Day Parade 2015


Every year, the MCVSO organizes and hosts our community's Veterans Day Parade. Community and military leaders share their thoughts on this important day of remembrance, and scores of area clubs, community groups, military service organizations, high school bands, JROTC units, Fort Campbell soldiers and hundreds of spectators gather together to pay tribute to the men and women, past and present, who have served our country.

The Clarksville-Montgomery County 2015 Veterans Day Parade will take place on Saturday, Nov.7, with pre-parade ceremonies set for 9 a.m. in front of the historic courthouse (south side) on Third Street in downtown Clarksville.

This year's theme is "Veterans Honoring Veterans"

For more information, contact the Montgomery County Veterans Service Organization at 553-5173. Parade entry forms and route maps for veterans and civic groups can be picked up at the office between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., or by e-mail request to



Veterans Outreach

Each April, the MCVSO, in conjunction with the Tennessee Department of Veterans Affairs, hosts a daylong Veterans Outreach for veterans and their dependents at William O. Beach Civic Hall in Veterans Plaza, 350 Pageant Lane, Clarksville. Representatives from the MCVSO, TDVA, VA health care, veterans groups and federal, state, county and community agencies are on hand to provide information and enrollment opportunities for veterans and other eligible beneficiaries.

 Learn more about VA benefits such as:

  • Service-Connected Disability Compensation Claims and Appeals
  • Dependent and Survivor Benefits
  • Non-Service Connected Pensions
  • Burial Benefits
  • VA Healthcare
  • GI Bill, Vocational Rehabilitation and other Education Entitlements
  • Military service and discharge records
  • Agent Orange and Gulf War Issues

 …as well as non –VA programs and entitlements for veterans and their families from other agencies and veterans groups.

Organizations participating past outreaches:


Tennessee Dept of Veterans Affairs 

Montgomery County Veterans Service Organization

VA Regional Office E-benefits registration


Dept of Veterans Affairs Tennessee Valley Healthcare System:

   * VA Homeless Program

   * Women Veterans Health Program

   * VA Clarksville Outpatient Clinic

   * Social Work Services

Vet Center – with mobile Vet Center (outside only)

Tennessee State Veterans Home

Not Alone


NIA Association

Buffalo Valley

Pennyroyal Veterans Center Hopkinsville

Guardian Home Care and Hospice

Oasis In-Home Care

Home Instead Senior Care


US Dept of Labor Veterans Program

Small Business Administration

TN Small Business Development Center

State of TN Vocational Rehabilitation

State of TN Higher Education Commission Veterans Education Program

Army Career and Alumni Program (ACAP)

Veterans Upward Bound

Daymar Institute

Bethel University

University of Phoenix Military Education Liaison


Operation Stand-Down Nashville

Kentucky Veterans Cemetery West

Montgomery County Trustees Office


Women Veterans of America, Chapter 20

Military Order of the Purple Heart, Chapter 457

Montgomery County Veterans Transportation Service

Veterans Temporary Emergency Assistance Program

VFW Post #4895

Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 396

555th Parachute Infantry Association

Military Officers Association of America, Fort Campbell Center

Gold Star Mothers, Middle TN Chapter

Gold Star Wives, Tuckassee Chapter

Memorial Day

Join us for our annual Memorial Day Ceremony at Veterans Memorial Park, Madison Street. A host of veteran service organizations, musicians, city and county officials and Fort Campbell soldiers gather together with the public to remember and honor those who gave the ultimate sacrafice for their country. Special ceremonies such as the POW/Missing Man Table and Honors and the Laying of the Wreath are part of the morning's events.

Flag Day Ceremony

The MCVSO, in conjunction with VFW Post 4895, collects worn, damaged or otherwise unservicable U.S. flags and properly destroys them, by burning, during the annual Flag Day Ceremony on June 14 at the VFW Post, 1701 Haynes St., Clarksville. Damaged flags may be dropped off at our office between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.