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Tuesday, August 24, 2010 17:47 | Eric Rudd
This was the first  day that I was intoduce to the Center where the core and Value was instill in me. it's was a long 4 hour of learning about the center. the focus point was how not to be homeless, I learn about the pie factor which i will share as you follow me on my blog. Albert Arrenteria was a great guy to sit down with and share his vision and goal about the center ,he has alot of information to share with veteran who don't know where to turn  to for information .If you stop by the center and you are not a member take time out and joined you will not regert it,also you can pickup some books that can be very helpful about your benefits . Stay tune for the first chapter in my jouney to sucess.


  • Thursday, August 26, 2010 17:37 | Deleted user
    Fantastic review of your orientation. I look forward to reading about your journey to success.
    I hope to see you post a reply to each comment you receive.
    Under your photo is a word highlighted in red. "Outline". Click on that to learn how to follow the outline. Encourage your friends to post comments to each of your blogs. You are doing a great job. Here to help you along the way.
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