Top 5 Veterans News: Oct. 31, 2017

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  1. Nuvision Credit Union offers free breakfast, tank of gas on Veterans Day. Nuvision Credit Union is offering free breakfast and a tank of gas to all active military and veterans as a symbol of gratitude on Veterans Day. The gas giveaway will be held on Nov. 11 from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. at the Mobil Station at the corner of Beach Boulevard and Edinger Avenue in Huntington Beach.
  2. Pike Road honoring veterans on Nov. 5. At least 19 more veterans will be honored for their service to America on Nov. 5 during the seventh annual Town of Pike Road Veterans Appreciation Ceremony to be held at the Pike Road Veterans Memorial.

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  3. Hassan highlights access to health care for female veterans. The director of a national veterans’ organization is joining U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan to highlight the struggles female veterans face in accessing health care. Allison Jaslow, an Army veteran, is executive director of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America. She and Hassan will speak with female veterans Monday at Southern New Hampshire University.
  4. Expo offers services, food, clothes to veterans, homeles.  As someone who works every day with disabled veterans, Stephen McGruder of the Georgia Department of Labor sees a variety of needs. And that’s why the Veterans & Community Resource Expo is held each year.
  5. Purple Heart declaration supports Akron’s most distinguished veterans. With every recognition of those who have paid the dearest price for freedom, a few more Purple Heart veterans get connected with the help they need and deserve.

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