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Post Stand Down & Veterans Business Expo Debrief

Monday, August 10, 2009 08:16 | Roger Reed
Hi to all, I am back to share with the readers all that happened since my last blog. I was able to capture a large amount of information of interest to Veterans and the Communities that serve Veterans while at the 22nd Annual Stand Down for Veterans here in San Diego as well as the Veterans Small Business Expo in Las Vegas. I was sad to see so many homeless Vets at the Stand Down run by Dr. Jon  Nachison and Veterans Village of San Diego. It was inspiring to see so many volunteers and support organizations.

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  • Tuesday, September 15, 2009 15:37 | Sarita Maybin
    Hi Roger,
    Glad to hear the Vegas Expo event provided you with valueable info. It's also great to hear of all the volunteerism. By the way, your book project certainly sounds like a worthy one!
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  • Wednesday, October 14, 2009 07:40 | Laurel Ho
    Hi Roger,
    Thank you for all your efforts for our Vet's and hope to see you at the Anniversary celebration in November.
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