Pennsylvania kicked off Project Journey, an initiative created to help homeless female veterans with children by providing them with temporary residencies to allow them to be able to get back on their feet.
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Two weeks ago, we had some good news about Brunswick graduates and here’s another alumna making a difference by helping others.
Amanda Leech Thompson, a 1993 BHS graduate, is a 2014-2015 Jefferson Award recipient. This is an amazing honor from one of the country’s leading foundations.
On an otherwise nondescript street corner Downtown, the voices of local military personnel describe in vivid detail the horror, triumph and mystery of war.
Mohawk Area School District and Community collaborate in a joint effort to support OTA and our military heroes.
Operation Troop Appreciation is launching a new veteran-support program called ?Welcome Home?, which will help veterans with legitimate needs to defray the costs associated with establishing a new home.
According to the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans, young male veterans (18-24) who served after 9/11 have an unemployment rate of 29.1%. Full Story