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Today, February 25, 2021, at 11:00am, MIAP – Florida, in cooperation with Van Orsdel Family Funeral Chapels in Miami-Dade County, and the... more
The West Palm Beach VA Medical Center will host a Virtual Veteran Town Hall Meeting on Friday, Feb. 26 at 3 p.m. using the Microsoft Teams platform... more
A memorial ride in honor of Dale Reiss was held on Jan. 30. more
The VA has vaccinated 1 million veterans. more
LABELLE - The American Legion’s National Commander, James W. Oxford, visited LaBelle’s Veteran’s Memorial Park more
Recently, someone posted misinformation about the VA and ramps. more
Veteran Bud Stefanko was forced to join the Navy at 17. more
OKEECHOBEE - This month's Ramps for Veterans project had one of the biggest turnouts yet. more
Gregg Maynard, who was repairing one of the big guns in the park, was reported to police for scrapping. more
OHS graduate Todd Chambers served 32 years in the Army, flying helicopters. more
Catrina Hammond-Meijer spent two years in Germany working in a contingency hospital. more
WEST PALM BEACH — The West Palm Beach VA Medical Center will host a Veteran Enrollment Event on Saturday, Jan. 30 more
In a "Pay it forward" types gesture, a Vietnam veteran was given a free car. more
Veteran Jim Kenbeek was born in Michigan but does not claim that as home since his family moved to Florida when he was only 2 weeks old. more
Graduating from Cooper City High School in Fort Lauderdale in 1975, veteran Bryan Ackland joined the Air Force when he was 18 years old. more
Ramps for Veterans was founded by Wade Hunt and helps Veterans in need in the community who cannot afford to build their own ramps. more
Veteran Jeff Whitlock was born and raised in Okeechobee. He was one of the last babies born in the old hospital... more
OKEECHOBEE — Wade Hunt, with Ramps for Veterans advertised recently asking if any local veterans needed a ramp built free of charge. He and his crew try to do one ramp per month for a veteran … more
When asked to tell his story for this series, Joe Glossup was hesitant. He considers himself an advocate for peace and found himself pondering... more
The American Legion Post 130, with the help of our generous donors and wonderful volunteers... more
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