Welcome to AVP
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History of the Post
Athenia Canteen Headquarters
First AVP Post
Building Athenia Post
Installation Dinners
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Helene Lenkowec Plaque
Exemplary Individuals
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Governor Visits AVP
Basic Training
D.E.P. Marines Celebrate
Memorial Day Service
AVP Ladies Auxiliary
FAV Support Group
Crystal Room - Banquets
AVP Lounge
AVP Gymnasium
Honor a Clifton Veteran
Field Of Honor
Veteran Benefits
Sponsors & Boosters





                      The Athenia Veterans Post was a sponsor for the Clifton City Bowling Tournament
                      that was held at Berra Rizzuto Bowling Lanes in Clifton. With fierce competition,
                      AVP member Andy Polick won the Class A Runner Up award. Andy was a top bowler
                      in this area who could have turned pro if it wasn't for a work related injury to his arm.
                      Above left is Andy showing his top form while at his best, and to the right is Andy
                      showing his AVP trophy (left) and his "stein" trophy for bowling a perfect 300 game,
                      one of his many awards received as a bowler.


                      TRELLA – 1959 Clifton City Champs – Softball Team
                      Many of the player were AVP members
                      Back row from the left side: Jack Rutledge, Trigger Dembrowski, Tony "Greek" Kane,
                      Ted Kalinka, Doc Grabowski and Tony Saffioti.
                      Front row from the left side: Frank Grabowski, Jack Brady, Frank Niader, Bob Flick,
                      Bob Seely and Lefty Stolarz.