HINGHAM – Town Administrator Tom Mayo and Director of Veterans’ Services Keith Jermyn are pleased to invite media members to a special ceremony honoring Vietnam Veterans and their families.
Greater Lawrence Tech Students Partner with Second Chance Cars to Repair Vehicle for Disabled Veteran and Family
Superintendent John Lavoie is proud to share that Greater Lawrence Technical School students, in collaboration with the nonprofit Second Chance Cars, presented a refurbished Toyota Prius to a disabled veteran and her family Thursday.
Mansfield Public Schools, Mansfield Police Selling Bentley Patches To Raise Money For Veterans Battling PTSD
MANSFIELD — Superintendent Teresa Murphy and Police Chief Ronald Sellon are pleased to announce that a new patch featuring assistance dog Bentley is now available for sale.
Chief James Sartell is pleased to announce that the Townsend Police Department is raising money this November to benefit veterans and their families through the Wounded Warrior Project.
METHUEN — Interim Police Chief Randy Haggar and the Methuen Police Department are honored to support the Methuen Office of Veterans Services and the Methuen Field of Honor by raising funds for veterans via a friendly competition with the Methuen Fire Department.
EAST BRIDGEWATER — Chief Paul O’Brien is pleased to announce that the East Bridgewater Police Department will once again be taking part in the Home Base No Shave fundraiser next month.
AVON — Town Administrator Gregory S. Enos and Veterans Service Officer Dale Kurtz are pleased to announce that the Town of Avon hosted a ceremony Friday morning, Aug. 7, to recognize the town being named a Purple Heart Community.
AVON — Town Administrator Gregory S. Enos and the Avon Board of Selectmen are pleased to announce that the Town of Avon has been declared a Purple Heart Community.
DEDHAM — Town Manager Leon Goodwin is pleased to share that a food drive for veterans will be held in Dedham on Saturday, June 6.
NEW LONDON – Superintendent Winfried Feneberg is pleased to share that students at Kearsarge Regional High School (KRHS) are holding a blanket drive to support local veterans in need this winter.