Veterans
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A new Veterans Memorial is planned at the Philippine American Park, 5154 S.W. 16th Street more
Wreaths Across America Radio focuses on Veteran Healing through sharing more
Okeechobee community members gathered in downtown Okeechobee on Nov. 11 more
In remembrance of Veterans' Day, OCA students and staff... more
Veterans Steve and Tina Lynn met while serving their country in Germany... more
WWII veteran Jay Wigginton and his bride Wanda celebrate 75th anniversary. more
OKEECHOBEE — Navy veteran David Joyner loves to paint. “I’ve never really been good at anything else,” he said. “I just believe God made me to paint.” Joyner … more
On Aug. 8, Treasure Coast Hospice announced that it has earned the highest distinction as a Level 5 We Honor Veterans partner, placing the local program among the Top 5%... more
Local veteran Gregg Maynard was honored to take part in a retreat. more
Veterans' rights activist Gregg Maynard has many heroes, but none of them wear a cape. more
Several months ago, UltimateFlags.com received a request from a Marine... more
Sidney Walton, 102, Kicks Off Campaign in Downtown Miami... more
WWII veteran Thomas “Jack” Sutherland was born on September 12, 1926... more
A new well is going in at Veterans' Park. It was donated to the veterans by Frank DeCarlo and should be big enough to run water for all of the parks. more
OKEECHOBEE - Family members of the late Cpl. Earl Hansel attend the ceremony honoring him for his service. Hansel served in both WWI and the Korean War. He was a POW and was killed in action. more
Volunteers complete another ramp for a veteran more
VENICE, FL – U.S. Representative Greg Steube (R-FL) is  encouraging local veterans to share their stories.  more
OKEECHOBEE- In the early morning hours on May 29, volunteers with the Okeechobee American Legion gathered to place flags on the graves of veterans in Evergreen Cemetery in Okeechobee. more
Decades after his death, Cpl. Earl Hansel was honored with a road named in his memory. more
The Salvation Army of Palm Beach County is proud to announce its partnership with The Grey Team, a local nonprofit organization whose primary mission is to prevent PTSD-related veteran suicides. more
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