Thursday, September 24, 2020

Mission BBQ


 

Thursday, September 17, 2020

IRS reopens $500 per Veteran child Economic Impact Payment, Sign up for Veteran Expeditions


Two ways to participate in sports from home!
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Veterans Break Down Benefits, Debt Management Center

Veterans Jason Hoge and Joseph Schmitt cover how their personal experiences help guide them to help others who face a debt repayment. 

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Sports from Home: Two Virtual Events

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National Disabled Veterans TEE Tournament - from Home!
The National Disabled Veterans TEE (Train, Expose, Experience) Tournament, September 14-18, promotes Veterans' rehabilitation with instructions in adaptive golf. Watch the #TEEatHOME Kickoff Video, and follow participants at #TEEatHome all week.

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National Veterans Summer Sports Clinic - from Home!
At the National Veterans Summer Sports Clinic at Home, September 20-25, Veterans can learn from the pros about sailing, surfing, kayaking, cycling (hand and tandem) and adaptive fitness foundations.

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All C&P Exam Locations Now Open

VA has resumed in-person Compensation & Pension (C&P) exams at all VA facilities. Specific safety requirements are still in place for Veterans' health. While specialty exams are only performed when it is safe, certain areas have allowed removal of personal protective equipment (PPE) in order to complete the appointment.

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Tuesday, September 15, 2020

VFW Lapeer Post Meet and Greet

 Thank you!

The District 4 VFW Riders enjoyed the hospitality and spaghetti dinner at the "Meet and Greet" held on Sunday afternoon.






Taylor Police Thank You

 The Taylor Police Department would like to thank the Veterans of Foreign Wars District 4 Riders for visiting on Friday, September 11, and donating stuffed animals that our police officers can share with children during routine interactions. Members of the VFW Riders, typically, had their motorcycles out in force in Cameron Priebe Plaza. The Riders also brought along district and state VFW officials. Taylor Police officers spoke to the group, as did Mayor Rick Sollars and City Councilman Charley Johnson. Taylor Police will put the stuffed animals to good use!










Saturday, September 12, 2020

District 4 Rider Police Stuffed Animals Event and First Responders Memorial Service

VFW Riders D4 Michigan donated 126 stuffed animals to the Michigan State Police and Taylor City Police Departments to help aid in comforting children during traumatic events.











First Responders Memorial at Hines Park