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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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Valentine Cards Needed For The Veterans At Togus & Your Help Is Needed

One of the projects of theKousinoc Chapter of the Daughter of the American Revolution is sending Valentines to those in the Veterans Homes. But they need your help. An email I received from a fellow DAR member (yes, I am DAR!)  said the number of Valentines to Togus have fallen over the years. But if we all do an extra card or two we can change that.

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Unusual Weather and the Holiday Season

2013 Wreaths Across America Truck Convoy from Maine!

Wreaths Across America Day was Saturday. It is where 100,000 wreaths are laid at the graves of soldiers in Arlington National Cemetery and many other cemeteries. The Escort to Arlington started December 8th in Harrington

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Maine State Approving Agency for Veterans Education-Robert Haley Tell Us All About the Programs [Audio]

Our good friend Robert Haley took time to come talk about the programs for educating our veterans.  He is the director of the Maine State Approving Agency For Veterans' Education. Hear what he has to say about the educational programs.

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Vietnam Veterans Appreciation Night in Fort Kent

The American Legion of Fort Kent will put on a Vietnam Veterans Appreciation Night at the Fort Kent Knights of Columbus hall on November 5th, at 5:00pm.

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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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