Veterans Museum & Education Center's (VMEC) Mission The mission of the Veterans Museum is to educate the public on the importance of the America veterans of the armed forces of the United States through collection, documentation, interpretation, and presentation of tangible artifacts and personal stories of the men and women of Volusia County who served our country
Located at: 166 South Beach Street Daytona Beach, FL 32114 Opened Tues & Thurs 1-5PM Saturdays 12-4PM
A Letter From the Veterans Museum and Education Center's President
Today, I want to ask the citizens of Volusia County to support a Veterans Museum dedicated to honoring all the veterans, especially the veterans of Volusia County. We have witnessed the fantastic support of the Honor Flight Program for veterans over the last few years but which ended in 2012. Now we have an opportunity to extend the legacy of our veterans and create a continuing focus on the services and sacrifices of those who have defended our freedoms. A partnership between the Veterans Museum and Education Center Inc., and the Daytona Beach International Airport has created an opportunity to say we really appreciate those who have defended our freedom and will support this very important community project. A space within the airport is being made available to accommodate the museum. It is the responsibility of the Veterans Museum for the cost to refurbish the 1200 square foot space. We need your help in generating the funds for this project and all donations are tax deductible. We are asking you to participate in sponsoring this very important community project. John A. Brinkley, President Veterans Museum & Education Center Inc.
For a complete list of corporate sponsor options, please go to the Sponsor tab located at the top of this page.
The above image is a proposed layout of the 1,200 square ft area located on the second floor of the Daytona International Airport. All donations and membership fees collected will be invested into making a suitable area to commemorate and educate Volusia County citizens. The VMEC advisory board will meet with the County Council in Sept 2015. Our goal is to have 75% of the funding needed to move forward with this project. Our overall goal is $30,000.
“Although no ... engraved stone bears record of their deeds, yet will their remembrance be as lasting as the land they honored.” - Daniel Webster
Contact John Brinkley at: email@example.com or call (386) 677-7416