PETS FOR VETS & Water’s Edge Winery

Water’s Edge Winery

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Water’s Edge Winery, 2101 E. Arapahoe Road, #101, Centennial, CO 80122, had their grand opening on March 20, 2015, and are now open for business.  The event included wine tasting, Boar’s Head hors d’oeuvres, and entertainment by Wendy Woo.  It was an enjoyable evening for the sell out 70+ people who attended, myself included.

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BRECKENRIDGE OUTDOOR EDUCATIONAL CENTER, Norm Reynolds

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Norm Reynolds

Norm Reynolds is a Vietnam Veteran, and certified ski instructor who volunteers at Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center.  BOEC, is a non-profit organization that runs a winter ski program and numerous summer activities for people with disabilities.  Most of the volunteer opportunities are in the winter, teaching people how to ski or snowboard in the Breckenridge/Keystone, Colorado ski areas.

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ROCKY MOUNTAIN HONOR FLIGHT & Cliff Fejfar

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Cliff Fejfar, Volunteer

“Rocky Mountain Honor Flight was created to transport our American veterans to Washington DC for two days of remembrance, honor and celebration of their service and sacrifice.”

Cliff Fejfar, is a Vietnam veteran.  He has volunteered with Rocky Mountain Honor Flight for almost five years, and holds the title of Vice President.  His dedication to bring these trips for our World War II veterans to fruition is heartwarming.

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TEXAS: Supporting our Troops, Jennifer Hernandez

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TEXAS:  The Lone Star State

 MOTTO:  Friendship

Some questions repeatedly asked regarding  involvement with Adopt A US Soldier is; “What do you say to a service member that you never met, and why would they want to hear from me?”  The answers are simple.  Being a life line from home is a reminder that we care.  The message, regardless of the topics included in the letter, shows concern for their welfare, and acknowledges that someone is thinking of them which can boost their morale.

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