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A Grateful Nation on Veterans Day



Whatever your age or station in life, a service member who has worn the uniform defending our country, has led the way.  It is only fitting that we take the time to express the value of these men and woman- our Veterans.  Today, a grateful nation acknowledges all of those who have gone before us, regardless of the danger.

On a personal level, in the 70’s while attending high school, the draft for Vietnam existed.  Lives were not only changed, but lost.  The military conflict divided America as we witnessed real-life images for the first time on our living room televisions.  To our Veterans: “No matter what conflict, whether you went by choice, or were drafted, you have my heartfelt thanks and appreciation.” Continue reading A Grateful Nation on Veterans Day

WTC Artifact Journey to Colorado



PRESS RELEASE from the Poudre Fire Authority:  Fort Collins, CO- “Thanks to the Terry Farrell Firefighters Fund (Terry Fund), Poudre Fire Authority has been granted the privilege of owning one of the last pieces of a World Trade Center (WTC) beam to be given to a community.” Continue reading WTC Artifact Journey to Colorado