The Reynolds VFW post held a concert at its pavilion, just three days after a fire reduced its storied building to rubble.

Commanders past and present, other members of the post and the community came out in full support.

A toast was made to the ones who have supported the Reynolds VFW post over the last six decades.

Former commander Ace Hanzes is confident those supporters will help them through the next 60 years.

"We will get back, back to where we were. It may just take a little while to get there but we'll be back," Hanzes told 21 News.

After a Thursday morning blaze destroyed the main building, more than 50 volunteers gave their time and labor to get the pavilion up and running for a Saturday night concert.

"We've had tremendous participation from the community but it's also reached all the way to Erie, Boardman, Poland and Canfield," Commander John Whitman said. "We've had donations from all around this area."

One of those donations included a $2,000 check from a fellow VFW post.

The night ended with more than 100 people enjoying dinner and a free concert from local band Government Cheese.

"Since 1963, this club has been giving back to the community and the community has seen that," Quartermaster John Chapman said. "The community has seen that we have suffered a need and they are overwhelmingly giving back to us."