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Martha Everatt St. Pierre, executive director of the Betsy Ann Ross House of Hope and board member, Alicia Barnes
Martha Everatt St. Pierre, executive director of the Betsy Ann Ross House of Hope and board member, Alicia Barnes

Support the ‘Betsy Ann Ross House of Hope’ for Homeless Female Veterans

Martha Everatt St. Pierre, executive director of the Betsy Ann Ross House of Hope and board member, Alicia Barnes, joined us today (May 16) on the Moose Morning Show, talking about the new women's veteran home in Augusta.

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Susie Whittington from the Homeless Veterans Program at Togus Veterans Hospital
Susie Whittington from the Homeless Veterans Program at Togus Veterans Hospital

Homeless Veterans in Maine Helped Saturday with the Homeless Veteran’s Standown

Maine has too many homeless veterans and Suzie Whittington from the Veteran's Administration at Togus loves talking about them to educate the public...

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Debbie Meyers talks about Veteran Benefit
Debbie Meyers talks about Veteran Benefit

Homeless Vets to Benefit from Sunday’s Sixth Annual ‘Legends of Country Music’ Concert in Augusta [Interview]

If you love country music, you'll love the show Sunday at the Augusta Civic Center! Debbie Meyers and Friends present the 6th annual benefit for Maine's Homeless Veterans...

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Susie Whittington of the VA, organizer of the Homeless Veteran's Stand Down on Saturday
Susie Whittington of the VA, organizer of the Homeless Veteran's Stand Down on Saturday

VA 2K Walk/Run for Our Homeless Veterans is Wednesday at Togus [Video]

Susie Whittington is passionate about her job. In fact, it's not just a job for her, it's a passion. That job is helping homeless veterans get housing, supplies and a new start in life after, selflessly, serving our country.

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Rockland Ex-Homeless Shelter Operator Accused of Providing Housing in Exchange for Sex

A mid-coast area woman is accusing the former operator of a homeless shelter in Rockland of offering her housing in exchange for sex.

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Susie Whittington from the Homeless Veterans Program at Togus Veterans Hospital
Susie Whittington from the Homeless Veterans Program at Togus Veterans Hospital

‘VA 2K Walk + Roll’ to Benefit Maine’s Homeless Veterans [INTERVIEW]

The 'Moose is Loose' this Wednesday (May 20) at the annual 'VA 2K Walk & Roll' at the VA Medical Center - Togus, Augusta. It's sponsored by the VA Maine Healthcare Systems to raise awareness of the needs of Maine's homeless veterans and to support employee health and wellness. It's estimated that at any given time there are more than 100 homeless veterans in Maine, suffering from lack of a place to live and other basic necessities. This is a great, fun way you can help.

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Susie Whittington of the VA, organizer of the Homeless Veteran's Stand Down on Saturday
Susie Whittington of the VA, organizer of the Homeless Veteran's Stand Down on Saturday

Homeless Veterans’ Stand Down this Saturday at the V.A. Togus [AUDIO]

The Homeless Veterans' Stand Down is an amazing event that will take place this Saturday starting with registration at around 9am at the V.A. at Togus. It not only brings vets together to share literal war stories, but it gives them a chance to get a good meal and free medical care along with supplies for the upcoming cold months.

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Debbie Myers with Jon and Renee
Debbie Myers with Jon and Renee

Debbie Myers and Friends Benefit for Homeless Veterans Sunday at Augusta Armory [AUDIO]

Lots of fun and great music! That's what'll be happening Sunday at the Augusta Armory at Debbie Myers and Friends annual fundraiser for homeless veterans! The show starts at noon and to get your tickets, Call Linda McGuire at (207) 215-7934!

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Nokomis Student Gets National Award for Helping Maine’s Homeless Veterans

Felix Thibodeau, IV, 17, a Nokomis Regional High School student from Etna has received a well deserved national recognition. He is a member of the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corp and led efforts to raise more than $22,000 for the VA Maine Healthcare System-Togus and its work with homeless veterans.

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Susie Wittington & Renee Nelson
Susie Wittington & Renee Nelson

‘VA 2K Walk + Roll’ to Benefit Maine’s Homeless Veterans [AUDIO – LIVE BROADCAST]

The 'Moose is Loose' this Wednesday (May 21) at the annual 'VA 2K Walk & Roll' at the VA Medical Center - Togus, Augusta. It's sponsored by the VA Maine Healthcare Systems to raise awareness of the needs of Maine's homeless veterans and to support employee health and wellness. It's estimated that at any given time there are more than 100 homeless veterans in Maine, suffering from lack of a place to live and other basic necessities. This is a great, fun way you can help.

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