Travis Mills Retired United States Army Staff Sergeant, advocate for veterans and amputees, motivational speaker, and New York Times bestselling author... and of course the founder of the Travis Mills Foundation, joined the Moose Morning Show to talk about the 6th Annual Miles for Mills 5K on Memorial Day.
Retired United States Army Staff Sergeant Travis Mills has joined us many times on the Moose Morning Show to discuss the Travis Mills Foundation, the Maine Chance Lodge Veterans Retreat, and his inspirational book, 'Tough as They Come.'
Saturday, July 23, you are invited to visit the Travis Mills Foundation's Maine Chance Lodge Veterans Retreat in Rome. The event, from 1:00pm to 4:00pm, is being held so you can see the progress of the construction.
Meg Scully, Winthrop graduate and current senior at the University of Maine at Farmington, joined us on the Moose Morning Show. Meg, as part of her senior project, is directing the one-act play, 'Letters,' Tuesday night (April 26) at the Emery Community Arts Center at UMF.
Any robbery makes you shake your head, but stealing money that was raised for veterans and wounded warriors is just downright despicable. That is exactly what happened at the Augusta Elks Lodge on Monday night (May 25) when robbers made off with more than $15,000. Most of that money was from a fundraiser for the Travis Mills Foundation, that was established by wounded veteran Travis Mills.