Vietnam Moving Wall Memorial Visits Holly, Prompting Tears and Spurring Memories

Vietnam Moving Wall Memorial Visits Holly, Prompting Tears and Spurring Memories (Kristin Watt, Aug. 12, 2022) Holly, MI – On August 4th, 2022 the Vietnam Moving Wall arrived in historic Holly, Michigan.  The wall was transported to its temporary home, poetically displayed across from the Karl Richter Campus, named after heroic hometown fighter pilot, who…

June 16 – Small Business Boot Camp for Veterans

TOPICS INCLUDE:
• How to start a business and writing a business plan
• Marketing your business
• Resources for hiring Veterans
• Business finance 101 and gaining access to capital
• Small business Resources for veterans
• Gaining certification as a Veteran-owned business
• …And more!

Military Library Opens in Holly, Named for Departed Veteran and Volunteer

Military Library Opens in Holly, Named for Departed Veteran and Volunteer (Crystal A. Proxmire, Sept. 24, 2018) Holly, MI- Scott Dudek spent his years after serving with the Navy in the Persian Gulf War working to support veterans and their families. He promoted the American Legion Post 149, taught high school history, worked at the…

War Dogs Memorial Provides Resting Place for Valiant Canines

War Dogs Memorial Provides Resting Place for Valiant Canines (Crystal A. Proxmire, Aug. 27, 2017) Lyon Township, MI – Though dogs are often known as man’s best friend, they can also be some of the strongest tools for staying safe in battles, discovering bombs and drugs, leading the blind, comforting the ill and many other…

Traveling Vietnam Memorial at Ferndale Library June 6

Traveling Vietnam Memorial at Ferndale Library June 6 (event listing, June 1, 2015) Michigan Vietnam Memorial June 6, 2015 from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Ferndale Area District Library 222 E. Nine Mile Road 248-546-2504 Free / All Ages Welcome FB: https://www.facebook.com/events/1646604342236784/ The Ferndale Area District Library is proud to host a traveling memorial honoring…

Oakland County to Issue Veteran’s ID Cards

The new program that has Flores excited is the Oakland County Veteran’s ID Card. For just $10 a vet can get a plastic identification card indicating that they served in the military. Before the ID cards, vets would be required to show their DD214 paperwork and state-issued identification or driver’s license to take advantage of services for veterans, including government programs and store discounts.