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Ohio charity Camp Freeman launches GoFundMe campaign to begin construction on their first Veterans’ Retreat

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Camp Freeman, a Veteran Owned Ohio Non-Profit 501(c)(3) has been established to support homeless, at-risk, disabled, and transitioning veterans. Camp Freeman is launching their fundraising campaign on Gofundme.com September 11th, 2020 with a goal of $2.9 million to build their first regional facility and headquarters right here in central Ohio.

Iwo Jima Memorial Midwest Project is Building New Iwo Jima Memorial, Updated with Correct Flag Raisers

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- In tandem with 75th Anniversary of the flag-raising on Mt. Suribachi, the Iwo Jima Memorial Midwest Project (IJMM) is launching a nationwide program to build a new Iwo Jima Monument. The new statue will replace the faces of two flag-raisers that were misidentified with the actual Marines who participated.

96-Year-Old Marine from the Battle of Iwo Jima Releases New Commemorative Song, ‘Thirty Days Later’

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- On Wednesday February 12, 2020 at 1 p.m., come meet and greet a ninety-six-year-old marine, Gene Christie, as he releases his CD containing a song to honor his fellow Marines in the 5th Division who won the Battle of Iwo Jima at great sacrifice.

Freedom Day USA 2019: Spodak Dental Group Provided Military Veterans with More Than $7,000 of Free Dental Care

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Spodak Dental Group ("SDG") recently provided complimentary dental services to the men and women of the US' Armed Forces and their family members as part of the Seventh Annual Freedom Day USA. In total, 18 patients were treated at no cost during the event.

Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs Partners with SCI Mercer to Train Service Dogs for Veterans

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- It is with great pleasure that Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs announces its latest partnership, with the Pennsylvania State Correctional Institution (SCI) at Mercer. As part of our new partnership, incarcerated veterans will train some of our future service dogs, beginning at approximately 5 months of age, all while earning college credit.

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