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- Free Thanksgiving dinner day a ‘phenomenal’ hit with local veterans. Veterans and their families converged on the Brandin’ Iron Steakhouse at West Point Monday for a day of friendship and thanksgiving, thanks to a cooperative local effort to give back to those who’ve served by turning the tables for a day and providing a little service — and some free food.
- Brookfield business honored for donations to veterans group. Disabled veterans often have a hard time breaking into the labor force, and if they don’t have the proper clothes for a job interview, their chances at employment are even slimmer. That’s where people like Angelo DaCunha come in.
- Lee Veterans Resort Chapel leader vows to fight on. After losing a court case involving the Town of Lee, the head of the Veterans Resort Chapel plans to file a motion asking the judge to reconsider his recent order and remove himself from the case. Peter Macdonald, president of the VRC, has been in a long-running dispute with Lee over the use of VRC property on Stepping Stones Road.
- Democratic Caucus Formed For N.H. Veterans And Their Families. Some members of the New Hampshire Democratic Party are forming a caucus for military veterans and their families. About fifty people have expressed interest in joining, says Amelia Keane. She’s a Democratic representative from Nashua and a combat medic in the Army Reserves.
- Veterans’ Personal Stories and New Research Testify to Healing Power of Art Therapy. In honor of National Veterans and Military Family Month in November, the National Endowment for the Arts is posting new resources at arts.gov as part of Creative Forces: NEA Military Healing Arts Network.