Veterans


Honoring 41 and the ADA

Silhouette of soldier and service dogThese last few weeks we have mourned the loss of former President George H.W. Bush, our 41st President.  One of his greatest accomplishments in office was enacting an important policy we know today as the Americans with Disabilities ...

Woodworking as an Art Therapy

Guest Blog Post PROVIDED BY www.Sawinery.net

3 Heroes Who Do Woodworking as CPTSD/PTSD Therapy

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Five Reasons to Accommodate Service Dogs in the Workplace

Guest Blog Post WRITTEN BY Jennifer Grant

Pawsitively Powerful: 7 Ways Therapy and Service Dogs Help Veterans

Guest Blog Post WRITTEN BY Jennifer Grant

Back to the Outdoors #OutdoorsForAll

Veteran thanks Lowe's for making a difference

Veteran, Dave Rife, doing woodworking in his garage studio.This past Veteran's Day we shared Dave's story, which is one of perseverance, healing, and creating.  Dave is a veteran who is disabled and has PTSD.  He finds peace and healing through his woodworking, which he does in ...

A Veteran's Viewpoint

Dave a disabled Veteran who is now a budding artist.“I have learned that I am still a valid, useful human being, and I can still contribute to my community.”


We honor veterans not only on Veterans Day, but each day of the year for their incredible service to our ...

Navy funds autism-screening app, hoping for help with PTSD

Associated Press LogoBy JENNIFER McDERMOTT, Associated Press

Jobs for Vets! - Save the Date, March 22

Jobs for Vets! - Hiring Event


You've served our country, now let's work for you.


Tuesday, March 22, 2016, from 12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m., at the Hagerty Conference Center | Traverse City, MI 49686.

Fireworks-Free Fourth of July at select Michigan state parks

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Jan. 25, 2016

Adapted in TC: Coping with ripple effects of suicide

Susan OdgersBy SUSAN ODGERS Local columnist

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