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.
Maine has too many homeless veterans and Suzie Whittington from the Veteran's Administration at Togus loves talking about them to educate the public. She also wants the public's help in educating vets who might miss this opportunity. The event is Saturday and you'll find out a lot more from our 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.
The headliner will be Georgette Jones, daughter of George Jones and Tammy Wynette but the performers joining her for the days concert are all well known, high energy performers you know like Denny Breau, Sharon Hood and Dixon
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.
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 pla
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.