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Nokomis Student Gets National Award for Helping Maine’s Homeless Veterans

Felix Thibodeau, IV, 17, a Nokomis Regional High School student from Etna has received a well deserved national recognition. He is a member of the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corp and led efforts to raise more than $22,000 for the VA Maine Healthcare System-Togus and its work with homeless veterans.

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Kim Reinick, Thinkstock
Kim Reinick, Thinkstock

Waldo County Group Wants To Build Homeless Shelter For Veterans

The Garry Owen Motorcycle Club is looking at raising money to build a homeless shelter for veterans. The idea came about three years ago, the members of the Garry Owen motorcycle club have helped local veterans and their families in the past few years. They have bought propane for the wife of a Knox County Vietnam War veterans who was dying of cancer and they have also filled the woodshed for the widow of a World War II veteran from Freedom, Maine.

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Debbie Myers and Friends Benefit for Maine Homeless Veterans this Sunday

There has been a challenge issued to top officials around the country from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to end homelessness among veterans within five years. Brian Stiller, Togus Medical Center Director thinks it can be accomplished, but not by the VA alone. In Maine, on any given night, there are between 600 to 1000 homeless vets and the actual number may be higher since homeless vets in rural areas never make it to homeless shelters so they never get counted.  These are the people that served our country and were willing, if necessary, to put their life on the line for our freedom.

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