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Camp Hope dedicates a cabin to SSG Shawn Clemens On July 19, 2014, Camp Hope dedicated a refurbished cabin in honor o

AMVETS Quartermaster

The AMVETS Quartermaster office have moved.  Their new address is:

The VA Hospitals use to supply arts and crafts projects to the veterans during their recovery. However, due to budget cuts they can no longer provide these.

Published with the permission of The Courier - Findlay - Hancock County in Northwestern Ohio.

By JEANNIE WILEY WOLF
STAFF WRITER

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The Sons of AMVETS would like to congratulate the new 2014-2015 AMVETS Commander Larry Via, Ladies Auxiliary Madam President Sylvia Rowland, and and Son's Commander Dan Briggs.  They were elected by their respective organization during the convention in Memphis, Tennessee and will take office effective September 1, 2014.

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National Commander's Message

  

Commander Mick's Project - Gary Sinise Foundation

         

Fellow Sons, AMVETS Family, and Friends,

During our 40th Anniversary year I have selected the Gary Sinise Foundation (GSF) as my project. The Gary Sinise Foundation serves our nation by honoring our defenders, our veterans, our first responders, our country’s heroes, and their families, and those in need.

They accomplish their mission by creating and supporting unique programs designed to entertain, educate, inspire, strengthen, and build communities. Their R.I.S.E. program (Restoring Independence Supporting Empowerment), builds specially adapted smart homes for our most severely wounded heroes. They also provide home modifications, mobility devices, and adapted vehicles to our injured, wounded, ill, and/or aging heroes.

Another GSF program is Soaring Valor. You may find it interesting that fewer than 500,00 World War II Veterans are still with us. Through Soaring Valor, World War II veterans and their guardians are brought to New Orleans to tour The National WWII Museum built in their honor. Their experience includes entertainment, celebratory meals, and community building with their fellow heroes. Students who accompany our veterans continue their stories with a new appreciation for the sacrifices made by an entire generation, the Greatest Generation. As a Son of a World War II Marine, it is imperative that we make every attempt to honor those Veterans.

The GSF Snowball Express, serves the children and surviving spouse of fallen military heroes. GSF is committed to programming and support that holds space to honor their fallen heroes while also helping create new memories as they move forward. Since 2018, 11639 children of fallen military heroes & their surviving parent/guardian joined us for Snowball Express.

To learn about other GSF programs or help us do a little more by making a donation, please visit: https://donate.garysinisefoundation.org/SonsCommanderProject

Thank you in advance for your consideration and support.

Sincerely,

Michael ‘Mick’ Ciesla - Commander

National Sons of AMVETS