Washtenaw Community College Hosts Annual UA Convention

The Washtenaw Voice | POSTED AUGUST 29, 2016 | BY  Ivan Flores in LIFE| Link to Article It happens every year. Hundreds of plumbers, welders and pipefitters from across the United States and Canada descend on Ann Arbor. This year, they came from as far away as Ireland and Australia. The United Association of Plumbers, Fitters, Welders, and Service Techs,…

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Tony Jones

Raising awareness one “hoof” at a time

Republican Journal | By Kayla Barnes |July 29, 2016 at 10:17 am | Article Link Tony Jones stopped outside of Legends Bar in Darlington to water his horses JT and Semper Fi on Tuesday, July 26. He set out from Fort Pierre, S.D. on June 5 to help raise awareness for veterans and the many needs they have….

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Veterans’ golf clinic set for three days near Centennial

Recovering vets to learn the game and compete in tournament By THE DENVER POST | newsroom@denverpost.com PUBLISHED: July 26, 2016 at 1:16 pm | Article Link The Inverness Golf Club near Centennial will play host to an assortment of injured, wounded or ill veterans for a three-day camp and tournament beginning July 25. Members of Team Semper Fi and…

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Wounded Warrior Family Finds Hope Through Sports

By Amy Bushatz | Spouse Buzz by Military.com |  June 9, 2016 | Link to article The more time Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Brandon Dodson spends playing adaptive sports, the better he deals with his injuries – and the easier his wife and primary caretaker, Jasmine Dodson, breathes. Every now and then he’ll be like ‘You know, this sucks.’ But…

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Karen Vasselian dropped a flower into a pool at the base of the Massachusetts Fallen Heroes Memorial in memory of her son, US Marine Corps Sergeant Daniel M. Vasselian, who was killed while serving in Afghanistan.

Remembering the living and the dead

By Kevin Cullen GLOBE COLUMNIST | MAY 28, 2016 | Link to article The Army band was warming up, the sound checks were still taking place, and Beth and Steve Sammis were standing in the sunshine in the Seaport, talking about their son, Ben. Marine Captain Ben Sammis, from Rehoboth, was killed in Iraq in 2003 when the helicopter he…

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500 Athletes – 15 Nations – #InvictusGames2016

Semper Fi Fund has been honored to assist more than 75% of the US Team Members demonstrating their determination to overcome at Invictus Games 2016! Created by Prince Harry, Invictus Games uses the power of  ‪sports to inspire wounded, injured and sick service men and women on their journey to recovery. Injured veterans from around the world will…

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