Nov. 2 – Veterans Conference with Lunch and Resources in Pontiac

Nov. 2 – Veterans Conference with Lunch and Resources in Pontiac

Pontiac, MI- Veterans, spouses and family members are invited to the “Soar Like An Eagle” Veterans Conference and Celebration hosted by Welcome Missionary Baptist Church (143 Oneida St, Pontiac, MI 48341) Pastor Douglas P. Jones, and other local and national service organizations.

This free conference, emphasizing inclusiveness, networking, and education, will occur on Saturday, November 2, 2019 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM.  It includes breakfast, lunch, inspiring programing, community resources, and gifts for all veterans. It will feature local military Color Guard, JROTC, and the Native American Veterans Color Guard.

9:00 AM– Coffee With a Patriot
10:00 AM– Roundtable Discussions
11:30 AM– Celebrity Panel
12:00 PM– Luncheon & Program

The conference, to date, has received support from:

Michigan Veterans Foundation*

Oakland County Links*

Goodwill-Michigan Works*

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority – Omega Epsilon Omega Chapter – Novi*

CNS Healthcare*

HAP

Wayne State Veterans Upward Bound Program

Rebuilding Together

Oakland County Veterans Services

Oakland University – William Beaumont

U of M Buddy-to-Buddy Program – Depression Center

Wayne County Treasurer’s Office Veterans Program

American Indian Veterans of Michigan

VA National Cemetery – Lansing, MI

* SPONSORS

Please register on Eventbrite.com, under “Soar Like An Eagle Veterans Conference”.  For questions or additional information, please send an email to wmbcvets@gmail.com or call (248) 515-0081.

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