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April 11, 2017
7 Vehicle Maintenance Myths That Will Have You Baffled

A lot of mechanics will have you making unnecessary repairs and have you over-maintaining your vehicle. This causes you to spend hundreds of dollars on unneeded maintenance. So here are seven ways you can start saving money on your car. 1.  Tire Pressure When you look at your tires and you see Max. Press. 35 PSI this […]

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April 5, 2017
Support Military Families On Gold Star Wives’ Day

April 5 is Gold Star Wives’ Day—a day to honor the spouses and families of fallen service members and to create awareness of what a Gold Star Family Member is. If you are unsure of who the Gold Star Wives are, what they represent or how to observe Gold Star Wives’ Day, here is some […]

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April 4, 2017
Counseling Awareness Month 2017

April is Counseling Awareness Month. While other months focus on bringing understanding and awareness to mental health issues, April focuses on recognizing mental health professionals. The American Counseling Association brings attention to the important work that counselors do every day in schools, hospitals, addiction recovery facilities and even career counseling centers.  Counselors also play an […]

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April 1, 2017
7 Fun Activities To Show Support To Our Military Children

In 1986, Casper Weinberger designated April to be Month of the Military Child. He wanted there to be a month that recognized and thanked military children. The purple up campaign is designed to honor Military Children by having many different activities during the month of April, to help acknowledge and support military kids.  The Definition […]

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March 29, 2017
Commemorate Vietnam Veterans Day

March 29 is Vietnam Veterans Day. This day officially commemorates the same day in 1973 on which the last U.S. troops arrived on American soil.  The Vietnam War was unique and controversial. It was a long and expensive war in which over 58,000 Americans were killed. In the end, the U.S. withdrew its forces, and […]

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March 22, 2017
Heroes Walk Among Us

Today is National Medal of Honor Day. The first Medal of Honor action was awarded to assistant surgeon Bernard J.D. Irwin, serving in the first major U.S. Apache conflict. Irwin led a group of 14 men who helped aid 60 men who were surrounded by the Chiricahua Apaches in 1861. The Medal of Honor award […]

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March 20, 2017
9 Simple Ways To Support And Honor Veterans

Many people want to support charity but face obstacles that make it difficult to do so. Whether it's a constraint on one's time or budget, it sometimes seems impossible to give as much as you wish you could. Here are a few simple ways to make a difference in the lives of veterans without spending […]

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March 16, 2017
Is Car Donation Right For You?

With so many options for getting rid of an unwanted vehicle, you may be wondering about the benefits of car donation and whether it's the right fit for you. If you have an unwanted vehicle, you can trade it in at a dealer, sell it on Craigslist, put it into storage or, if the condition […]

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March 13, 2017
Veterans With A Loud Bark

Today is K-9 Veterans Day and as a way to celebrate these heroes here are some of the most famous war dogs in history.  Sergeant Stubby: He is known as America’s first war dog and probably one of the most decorated. Stubby meandered onto the Yale University campus where men of the 102nd Regiment, 26th […]

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March 8, 2017
Memorials To Women In The Military

In honor of Women's History Month, we've put together a list of memorials of women who have served in the military. There aren't nearly as many memorials to female vets and women who have helped the military, but they are out there if you know where to look. 1. Women In Military Service For America […]

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