VansForVets Foothills Chapter to Attend Lenoir Community Days Celebration
A community festival is planned for May 18, 2013 and is called, "Festival in the Park" in Lenoir, NC 28645. The festivities will take place at the Community Park which is located at 720 Mulberry St. SW, Lenoir, NC. Happings will include mulit-cultural music, ethnic and cultural dances, performances by local and visiting musicians, local 'famous' food vendors, exhibits of arts and crafts, sales of locally-produced art and craft items by local and regional vendors and plenty of activities for children and grownup's alike. The first 'Festival in the Park' celbration was held in 2007 and has returned every year since then, 'due to popular demand'! City Parks Manager, Rob Winkler, will be hosting the event and anticipates that more than 40 food vendors will be in attendance.
Mr. Winker has received applications from 40 non-food vendors, too, of which VansForVets.Org is one of the applicants. Executive Director Dr. Joe Resnick, along with several local volunteers, will be manning VansForVets' tent which will be adorned with flags representing all service branches. VansForVets.Org will be distributing free balloons to anyone who wants one, as well as brochures about its program and brochures and trinkets supplied by local service branch Recruiting offices representing the US Navy, US Marine, US Air Force, The US Army, the Air National Guard and the US Coast Guard. Mr. Winkler estimates that there will be more than 1000 persons in attendance over the course of the event, which starts at 10:00 O'Clock A.M. and ends at 6:00 O'Clock P.M.
The Community Park closes at sunset. All are invited to attend, to partake of some 'Real Southern Hospitality', listen to some down-home 'Pickin-N-A' Grinnin' and some of the best banjo and fiddle players this side of the Mississippi! The food promises to be fantastic!!
And please don't forget that VansForVets.Org is in the midst of it fundraising efforts to purchase a new handicap equipped van for use in the Foothills Region. Please donate, today, at: http://t.co/WgcgLI35L4
VansForVets.Org Launches Effort to Obtain New Transport Vehicles
Executive Director, Dr. Joe Resnick, in collaboration with other VFV-Chapters in VA, LA, CA, TX, PA, WV, MI, NY and NV, has launched an on-line advertising campaing via the 'gofundme.com' web portal in an effort to raise funds to purchase a used handicap-equipped van for use in the Greater Foothills Region in North Carolina. The ad campaign was launched on Sunday, April 21, 2013 and first appeared on VansForVets.Org's web portal on the popular web space, 'FaceBook'. VFV's ad can be viewed, and donations may be made directly online at this portal: http://www.gofundme.com/6evm4 .
Patrons and supporters are being offered some exciting premiums in exchange for their tax-deductible donation, including Tee', Hats, Coffee Mugs, Jackets, and Gift Cards made possible through a Grant from one of VFV's Corporate sponsor's The HomeDepotFoundation of Atlanta, GA .
One of the exciting premiums being offered is what Dr. Resnick calls, 'a hidden Masterpiece', titled, "At The Cottage Door", a canvas painting produced in the year 1870 by the English genre' artist, J.W. Gunn. The painting has been a treasured item in Dr. Resnick's family for over 125 years and has quite a 'colorful history', Resnick said. A web site providing more details about the masterpiece, setting forth its Provenance, may be viewed by clicking the following link: http://atthecottagedoor.weebly.com/ and is also viewable through the links on at FaceBook, Twitter, and Dr. Resnick's FaceBook Wall at http://www.gofundme.com/6evm4 .
Contemporaneously with launching the intiative to obtain a handicap-equipped transport van, Mrs. Joy Mann-Simmons, in collaboration with other VFV Chapter-Presidents, Keith Regan (Baton Rouge, LA), Ron Stewart (Gonzales, TX) and Mark Randolph (Hudson, MI) has launched a separate effort to secure another vehicle for intended use in VFV's planned project to start a 'Mobile Food Produce Pantry' in the Foothills Region of North Carolina. An application for a Grant to be used to acquire a refrigerated truck has been submitted to the BiLo-Winn Dixie Foundation, headquartered in Mauldin, SC as shown on BiLo's web portal at http://www.bi-lo.com/community/ . Due to the increase in the number of ageing, disabled and homeless veteran and disabled, elderly home-bound persons and veteran-family populations in the Foothills Region of North Carolina (to include, Caldwell, Catawba, Burke, Wilkes, Wautaga, Buncombe Counties), VansForVets.Org has established a food bank and emergency homeless shelter at its facility in Caldwell County. In order to improve effectiveness in eliminating hunger, VansForVets.Org finds it necessary to expand outreach to homeless persons and home-bound, now-elderly veterans and family members. In order to improve its expanded Mission to provide services and outreach to these populations, VansForVets.Org intends to commence operation of a mobile produce pantry starting in June 2013 in Cladwell County (NC).
The new mobile pantry will specialize in the pickup and distribution of locally-grown produce for distribution to disabled, homeless and home-bound individuals in Caldwell and surrouding counties in the Foothill Region. The mobile produce pantry (a 2004 Dodge-Ram SuperVan) will be delivering produce during late afternoon during weekend hours in underserved areas of Caldwell and surrounding counties. Much of the produce obtained by 'VFVFB' will be donated by local farmers/growers. The mobile produce pantry will help to reach clients that might not have been able to get to an agency or other food bank due to limited hours or location. This new program will significantly increase the amount of produce that VFVFB will be able to process and deliver every month to present and new clients. Further, the mobile pantry will be able to deliver emergency foodstuffs and produce to homeless individuals to locations where these individual have established temporary residences.
VansForVets.Org is seeking support from the Winn-Dixie Foundation in order to expand its present services and be able to provide supplemental and emergency food supplies to disabled and homeless persons and to families with small children (At-Risk Youth). Day-to-day operations of the Caldwell County facility is tasked to Mrs. Joy Mann-Simmons, Southern Regional Director of VansForVets.Org. Mrs. Simmons has had oversight of establishment of other food bank and emergency shelter facilities at other VansForVets.Org Chapters throughout the USA and Guam. Thus, the business model for operation of the Caldwell County (NC) facility has been demonstrated effective and is in compliance with 42 USC § 1791 - Bill Emerson Good Samaritan Food Donation Act, known as the “Bill Emerson Good Samaritan Food Donation Act”. The Act allows for donations of any “apparently fit grocery product” that meets all quality and labeling standards imposed by Federal, State, and local laws and regulations even though the product may not be readily marketable due to appearance, age, freshness, grade, size, surplus, or other conditions. The food bank shall be operated on the third Thursday of each and every consecutive month, during the hours of 2:00 P.M. until 4:30 P.M., commencing in the month of June, 2013 and continuing through December 31, 2013. Presently, VansForVets.Org provides emergency food to predominently disabled/homeless Veterans, but has had many requests for assistance from other disabled and homeless persons, many with families and small children, that it desires to assist consistent with it stated Mission Statement (to provide services and assistance to At-Risk Youth). VansForVets.Org does have additional regional support from established grocery chain stores, e.g., Wal Mart (Blowing Rock Blvd., Lenoir, NC) and Food Lion (Morganton Blvd/St Rt 18), Lenoir, NC. Thus, the food bank will specifically provide outreach and services to disabled and homeless populations, and At-Risk Youth. Present food bank participants have demonstrated eligibility for participation in such programs as set forth in programs, e.g., "SNAP".
VansForVets.Org's operational food bank and mobile food pantry model is structured similarly to and based upon that employed by 'Feeding America.Org'. Mrs. Simmons was one of the designers of those types of programs which constantly work to innovate and improve services, decrease waste with goals of becoming even more efficient and effective. Through expansion of services and commencement of operation of a mobile food pantry VFVFB will be able to increase its distribution capacity, serve more clients, reach persons with mobility issues, obtain and distribute more nutritional food to clients in its operational area. Through expansion of services and implementation of operation of the mobile food/produce pantry VFVFB anticipates the ability to increase the number of individuals and families being served from 40 to over 200. This goal is easily quantified and qualified through accurate record keeping and data base maintenance by VFVFB's staff.
VansForVets.Org Opens Emergency Homeless Shelter in North Carolina
VansForVets.Org has opened an Emergency Homeless Shelter at its facility in Lenoir, NC. Executive Director, Dr. Joe Resnick, said, "We've had several homeless Vet's show up at our facility in Lenoir, NC seeking a place to stay...and the arrivals were at hours past other homeless shelter's business hours. The homeless shelter here in Lenoir, at the Baptist Church will not admit people after 5 P.M. So, some people have no where to go, nothing to eat, and no place to sleep. We can't have that in this Country". In the past month four homeless men were given refuge at VansForVets.Org's humble facility. Dr. Joe went on to say, "Yeah, it's not much and the walls are plastic drop-cloths purchased at the Dollar Tree. But it's warm, dry, and there's food here. No one goes to bed hungry."
Dr. Resnick said that he plans to make an application to HUD on behalf of VansForVets.Org seeking funds to stand-up a more formal homeless shelter, one that accommodate men, women and families, too. VansForVets.Org is a certified 501 (c) (3) non-profit corporation proudly listed as an America Supports You Homefront Group on the Department of Defense Community Relations web site comprising a national organization of private citizens, volunteers associations and other interested parties. VansForVets.Org's Federal Employer Identification Number is 03-0561266. Additional detailed information regarding VansForVets.Org may be found at www.guidestar.org
Video Tribute to Crew of DD-862, U.S.S. Vogelsang 'Surfaces'....
The following message was sent to my brother, Paul R. Resnick, Jr., who served aboard the USS Vogelsang from 1964-1967, by his shipmate, Mr. Mel Douglas of Uniondale, NY. My Brother, Paul, appears at Frame # 51 shown 'swabbing the deck' with two other crew mates. My brother is the third man on the right, with his pants rolled-up, smoking a cigarette and 'swabbing the deck'! Way to go, "Putzie"!!! And thanks to Mel Douglas for the memories!
The message from Mel Douglas is as follows:
I was on the USS STORMES DD-780 searching for any video footage that might exist of my old ship. I did eventually find some but in the process I also found a ONE minute video of the USS VOLGESANG from about 1965.
I did some lite editing (added music, sound, titles etc) and posted the video on YouTube today March 6th, 2013. If interested you can find it at the following address:
VansForVets.Org sends a 'Big Salute' to Mr. Mel Douglas for taking his time to put together the video tribute. Outstanding job, Mel! Thanks from all of us and 'Go For Beans'!
Singer-Songwriter 'Extrordinaire', Dave Mason, Posts Salute to Vet's
Dave Mason , posted the following message on his FaceBook Wall this morning (03/02/13), as follows: "If you have sons, daughters family or friends serving in the Military, or if you're a Vet... please visit http://wvfv.net/ and listen to my song 'Thank You'. Next time you see someone in uniform got over and 'thank them'." Click on the link above to hear Dave's new song, "Thank Them". Cudo's to Dave Mason and all the good folks at www.wvfv.net for all the good things they do to support our Vet's and Families. Thanks, Dave!
Dave, through his involvement and support of http://wvfv.net/ , had a direct hand in helping one of VansForVet.Org's "First Heroe's", Sgt. Adam Burke, who serves as a 'Military Adviser' to WVFV.Net.
Thanks for your service, Adam. All of us, at VansForVets.Org, are very proud of you!
General Norman Schwarzkopf Laid to Rest
First Sgt. Michael Salazar of the West Point Military Police Company, escorts the cremains of retired Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf following today's memorial service. Read more from West Point - The U.S. Military Academy: http://www.army.mil/article/97469/
Today is the Anniversary of raising the US Flag at Iwo Jima
Today (February 23) is the Anniversary of the raising of the US Flag on Mt. Suribachi on Iwo Jima. My Dad's cousin, Robert Resnick who was in charge and on deck that day, supplied the second flag for raising on Mt. Suribachi. It was this second flag that was photographed and which became the subject of much controversy. The Coast Guard Historian's Office supports claims made by Robert Resnick, who served aboard LST 758. "Before he died in November 2004, Resnick said Gagnon came aboard LST-758 the morning of February 23rd looking for a flag. Resnick said he grabbed one from a bunting box and asked permission from commanding officer Lt. Felix Molenda to donate it. Resnick kept quiet about his participation until 2001." The flag itself was sewn by Mabel Sauvageau, a worker at the "flag loft" of the Mare Island Naval Shipyard. Read the whole story of the raising of the flag(s) here: http://flaggedrevs.labs.wikimedia.org/wiki/Raising_the_Flag_on_Iwo_Jima
VansForVets.Org has commenced its "OPERATION GREEN LIGHT" at its facility in Lenoir, NC. The 'operation' is pretty simple. When the 'Green Light' is flashing someone is available to help disabled and homeless Vet's and family members. See a short video at this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUj6tWEZNqs&feature=youtu.be .
Cemetery Marker Project In North Carolina/VA Completed
Executive Director, Dr. Joe Resnick, along with two dozen Volunteers from various service groups in the Foothills Region of North Carolina, has completed a cleaning/rehab project in which hundreds of Vet's grave markers were cleaned and re-set. Working with volunteers from various American Legion Posts, VFW Posts and associated veterans support groups, teams from various locations in the Region have been working since early Summer of 2012 targeting veterans graves that have fallen into disrepair or have been overlooked and in need of cleaning.
Dr. Joe estimates that he, along with the outstanding group of volunteers, have logged 'about 3000 hours and covered an area of about 200 square miles in the Foothills Region'. All participants are now eligible for receipt of the 'Presidental Service Award' with hours served counting toward various levels of Achievement/Awards.
Thanks to all who volunteered their time and services to show appreciation to our Fallen Heroes'.
Financial support for the project was enabled through a Grant from the HomeDepot Foundation of Atlanta, GA that provided portable pressure-washing equipment, detergents, chemical adhesives/sealants which were used in making repairs and cleaning of the various grave sites throughout parts of Western North Carolina and Southern Virgina.
Many of the grave sites were on located private lands and farms where loved ones, Veterans, were laid to rest during the Civil War, World Wars I and II, and the Viet Nam War.
VansForVets.Org would like to take this opportunity to express 'Thanks and Cudo's' and a Big "HOO-RAH" to all the good people who supported this noble effort. Thank you all, so much, especially the men and women who were 'on-leave' from Active Duty who took the time to help out with this effort. Thanks, again, to all!
Executive Director, Dr. Joe Resnick, along with his Grand Son, Master Holden Lane, are shown below making a purchase of a new screen door and motion-sensor lights for installation at a disabled Vet-household in Va Beach, VA on Saturday, September 16, 2012.
The purchases were made possible through a Grant from the HomeDepot Foundation of Atlanta, Ga which enables purchase of home improvement products so that Vet's can make necessary home repairs. Funds are still avalable and Vet's are encouraged to apply for participation. To participate simply send an email to Executive Director, Dr. JoeResnick.For additional information about the HomeDepot Foundation Projects visit their web site at www.homedepot.com
Thanks to HomeDepot Employee, "Zack" (shown with VFV-Volunteer, Master Holden A. Lane) for helping to load the van and Thank You HomeDepot Foundation for making this possible!!!
VansForVets.Org's Executive Director, Dr. Joe Resnick, is shown here holding the 14-In-1 Multi-Tool manufactured in the USA by Sheffield Tools of Memphis, TN USA (see: www.sheffield-tools.com ). Made possible by a generous Grant from the HomeDepotFoundation (see: www.homedepot.com ) of Atlanta, GA VansForVets.Org was able to purchase a number of the 14-In-1 Sheffield Multi-Tool products for distribution to Disabled Vet's and Families under the current home improvement project being sponsored by the HomeDepot Foundation. Dr. Joe said, "This is one of the finest hand-tools I've ever seen or used and even surpasses the quality of other international-European tool and knife manufacturers. VansForVets.Org was able to purchase a number of these units for distribution under the HomeDepot Foundation Grant Program presently in progress. I highly recommend the Sheffield 14-In-1 Multi-Tool. I plan to showcase this little gadget at the next ADPA/NDIA (see: www.ndia.org ) in Washington, and plan to make similar recommendations to my 'acquisitions-buddies' at DoD. This is an excellent product, highest quality and precision I've ever seen/owned! This is the perfect 'gift' for everyone...Scouts, Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts, Civil Air Patroler's and anybody that might ever need an easy-to-use, light-weight, high-quality hand tool". VansForVets.Org has a number of these fine hand tools available and Disabled Vet's and Family Members are encouraged to apply and participate in the present HomeDepot Foundation Program. To participate simply contact Dr. Joe via email at Director@VansForVets.Org or contact any Chapter President.
VansForVets.Org is pleased to welcome its newest Sponsor, The HomeDepot Foundation of Atlanta, GA. Thanks to the HomeDepot Foundation, VansForVets.Org is now distributing tool sets and home improvement products to applicants so they can make repairs to their home's. To date, VansForVets.Org has distributed tool sets, lawn care items, appliances, food/candy, sundry items, weatherization kits, paint kits and other home improvement products under this generous grant from the HomeDepot Foundation. The Board of Directors, Officers, participants, awardee's and all affiliated with VansForVets.Org wishes to express sincere "Thanks" to the HomeDepot Foundation for making this program possible. "Way To Go"...HomeDepot!!!!
Executive Director Distributes Tool Sets To Disabled Vets
Shown here Executive Director, Dr. Joe Resnick, presents tool kits to a Disabled Veteran who wished to be identified only as, "General Jim", under a grant made possible by the HomeDepot Foundation of Atlanta, GA. Any disabled Vet can participate.
Under the program VansForVets.Org is making available home improvement products, tool, etc., to applicants. Any disabled Veteran may apply simply by contacting Dr. Joe Resnick at email address: Director@vansforvets.org Funds are limited, so be sure to apply today!
Special "Tip O' The Hat" to the Captain and Crew of the USS Truman!
VansForVet.Org Receives Cash Grant from the Home Depot Foundation
Executive Director, Dr. Joe Resnick, well received at Home Depot in Hickory
Executive Director, Dr. Joe Resnick, visited the HomeDepot Store in Hickory, NC on 7/22/12 and made the first purchases for home improvement items which will be distributed to Disabled Vet's and Families in the Greater Foothills Region of North Carolina in the coming days and weeks. Dr. Resnick was warmly received by Mr. Jim Lange, Specialty Sales Assistant Store Manager, as well as Staff Members, Samantha, Wayne, Bobby, and all Department Personnel. VansForVets.Org Volunteers will be distributing items, e.g., tools, painting kits, yard tools, weatherization kits and free balloons and candies for the children at a number of upcoming events in the Region over the next few weeks in Hickory, Lenoir, Morganton Granite Falls and Metro-Asheville. Vet's desiring to participate in this program are encouraged to contact Dr. Resnick via email at: Director@VansForVets.Org or contact any of the VansForVets.Org Chapters in San Diego, CA, Hudson, MI, VaBeach, Va, Baton Rouge, LA, Gonzales, Tx, Pittsburgh, PA, Cary, NC, N. Ft. Myers, FL., Sarasota, FL or simply send requests to: Helpdesk@VansForVets.Org. Thanks and "Cudo's" to The HomeDepot Foundation of Atlanta, GA for helping our Vet's and Families and for the opportunity to help so many American Families through such a generous program! Thanks, HomeDepot!!!!
Executive Director, Dr. Joe Resnick, visited the HomeDepot Store in Hickory, NC on 7/22/12 and made the first purchases for home improvement items which will be distributed to Disabled Vet's and Families in the Greater Foothills Region of North Carolina in the coming days and weeks. Dr. Resnick was warmly received by Mr. Jim Lange, Specialty Sales Assistant Store Manager, as well as Staff Members, Samantha, Wayne, Bobby, and all Department Personnel. VansForVets.Org Volunteers will be distributing items, e.g., tools, painting kits, yard tools, weatherization kits and free balloons and candies for the children at a number of upcoming events in the Region over the next few weeks in Hickory, Lenoir, Morganton Granite Falls and Metro-Asheville. Vet's desiring to participate in this program are encouraged to contact Dr. Resnick via email at: or contact any of the VansForVets.Org Chapters in San Diego, CA, Hudson, MI, VaBeach, Va, Baton Rouge, LA, Gonzales, Tx, Pittsburgh, PA, Cary, NC, N. Ft. Myers, FL., Sarasota, FL or simply send requests to: . Thanks and "Cudo's" to The HomeDepot Foundation of Atlanta, GA for helping our Vet's and Families and for the opportunity to help so many American Families through such a generous program! Thanks, HomeDepot!!!!
Executive Director, Dr. Joe Resnick, is shown holding two (2) Award Letters from the Home Depot Foundation, Atlanta, GA. The amount of the Award is $4000 Dollars which may be used to facilitate purchase of building materials and home improvent items for Disabled Vet's and Families. To Apply to participate in this program persons are encouraged to apply by contacting Dr. Resnick via Email to Director@VansForVets.Org or by contacting any of the other VFV-Chapter Presidents. Participants are required to show a DD-214 and the amount of requests may not exceed $100 Dollars.
Executive Director Makes New Friends in the NC Foothills Region
While working in the Foothills Region of North Carolina and the Catawba Valley, Executive Director Dr. Joe Resnick has connected with Marine-Veteran, Mr. Robert "Bob" Church of Lenoir, NC. In addition to expressing concern for Veteran's issues, the men share a common interest and love of 'Geology'. Mr. Church served as a Sergeant in the US Marine Corps, LAMB (Light Anti-Missile Batallion) Division, Cherry Point, NC during the Viet Nam War.
After separating from the Marine Corps Bob developed an interest in Geology and land formations. As Bob continued to gain knowledge he began participating in field trips with other Spelunkers and 'amatuer geologists'.
As shown, Bob's collection is quite extensive with specimens being gathered and coolected from all states in the South.
New Chapter Opens in Lenoir, NC
VansForVets.Org has recently opened its newest Chapter in Lenoir, North Carolina to provide services and outreach to Vets and families in the Greater Catawba Valley Region. Serving Catawba and Caldwell Counties, the "William R. "Bill" Mann Chapter of VansForVets.Org" will work in conjunction with the FootHills Valley Regional Office of the VA and plans to participate in the Second Annunal FoorHills Valley 'Stand Down' event in April, 2013. Plans are in the making to open additional Chapters in the region.
The newest Chapter was established by Joy Mann-Simmons, Southern Regional Director for VansForVets.Org (Perry/Macon, GA) and named in honor of Mr. Bill Mann, Joy's Father, who served in the U.S. Air Force at Edwards AFB during the 1950's.
Welcoming VFV to the Community and shown here is Mr. Jim Dorion of Lenoir, NC who is known in the Catawba Valley Region as the "Unauthorized Flag Police" for the Marine Corps League, DAV, VFW and the American Legion. Jim served in the US Marine Corps during the Viet Nam campaigns in the late 1960's and early 1970's. As you can see Jim is a motor cycle 'enthusiast' and is the proud owner of a 1942 Harley Davison 'War Buggie'. Shown here in the photo is VFV's Executive Director, Dr. Joe Resnick, and Mr. Jim Dorion.
Jim says he found this 'classic' War Buggy at a local used car dealership (car lot) in Lenoir, NC and fell in love with it. When purchased the motorcycle had only 400 original miles on it. After riding in dozens of parades and participating in events to help Veteran's causes, the War Buggy now has more than 6,000 miles on it. Feel free to contact Jim.
VansForVets Stands-Up "Brown-Elmore Chapter" in Hudson, WI
Mr. Mark Randolph. US Army (Ret) of Hudson, WI has established the newest Chapter of VansForVets.Org this past week. More info to follow about upcoming events in Hudson, WI and the greater Metro Area!
Mark was born and raised in Baton Rouge, La. where he attended Trinity Episcopal Elementary School and St. Aloysious Elementary School. During that time Mark spent a lot of time with with his neighbor, Mr. Brown , who served in WW1 as an Infantryman in the US Army. Mark later attended University Lab High School ( U-High) and Robert E. Lee High School in Baton Rouge, LA.
Mark joined the Service when he was 18. Mark fondly remembers being Mr. Brown's 'sidekick'. The pair spent much time fishing, dining and working on father-son projects. Mr. Brown passed away while Mark was deployed in Germany. Mark was unable to attend the services for Mr. Brown.
Another notable Veteran who influenced Mark's life was his Uncle, "Junior", (Elmore Cunningham). Mr. Cunningham served in the US Navy and undertook several tours of duty during the Viet Nam Era.
Mark served in the US Army's 101 st. Airborne / Air Assault B. Co. 1-327 Infantry.
Mark completed Basic Training at Ft. Benning Ga. Upon Honorable Discharge Mark attended LSU from 1991-1995 and graduated in 1995. Mark worked as a Field Investigator, Fraudulent Claims, as a Private Investigator for the State Attorney General's Office and State Insurance Commissioner (GA). Mark now resides in Hudson, WI.
Under VansForVets.Org's Charter, individuals establishing New Chapters may select the name of the Chapter. In honor of Mr. Brown and Mr. Cunningham, Mark had named the newest Chapter, "The Brown-Elmore Chapter, VansForVets.Org".
Please feel free to contact Mark and get involved. Mark has many exciting events planned and will need the help of all Americans! Way to go...Mark...and Welcome Aboard!!!!
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