Sterling McClellan Post 142

For Our Post 142 Family

From time to time, knowledge of events external to our post, but of potential interest to Family members, comes along.  These postings are, admittedly, influenced by personal choice, but are offered only for members' consideration.  With that stipulation in mind, here are some offerings:

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https://www.teamsouthflorida.org/

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Update: March 23, 2021

While Post 142's activities for members and guests are on temporary hiatus, our fellow veteran's organizations are contining their activities.

Both the Disabled American Veterans' (DAV) and the Marine Corps League's (MCL) primary missions benefit U.S. American veterans, and both organizations' members are totally dedicated to assisting those men and women veterans who have served this nation so well. Post 142 is proud of it's affiliation with both of these fine groups.

 

Disabled American Veterans Chapter 133
 
The men and women of DAV Chapter 133 are outstanding veterans serving veterans and sponsor social events for their members and others.  Please check out their website and support their efforts on the part of our Nations wounded and disabled veterans.
 
Check out their website at the link below:
 
http://www.davmembersportal.org/chapters/fl/133/default.aspx?fbclid=IwAR1oE4BakVED4jKOkYWWzYXylMAys3Hwgw9-do80Wkj2KCh3R5SoYumcFl4

 

Intracoastal Detachment #1058 Marine Corps League

The Marine Corps League is other outstanding veterans' organization with which Post 142 is proud to be affiliated. The "MCL" does greet work on behalf of veterans and is most worthy of support.

Please visit the Detachment #1058 website for information about its mission and events:

http://www.mcleague1058.org/

 
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Pompano Beach Public Art NEEDS YOU! 

For additional information about events here in Pompano Beach contact:

Ms. Laura Atria,

Public Art Program Manager

Cultural Affairs Department

50 West Atlantic Blvd.

Pompano Beach, FL 33060

Laura.Atria@copbfl.com

954-545-7800 ext 3813 – Phone

954-632-3006 - Cell

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Ms. Brittany Curtis, Education & Public Programs Coordinator, is at the Coral Springs Museum of Art in Coral Springs, Florida. 

Information about other exhibits and on-line presentations will also be available at the Museum's website.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/exhibition-100-faces-of-war-tickets-121011381299 

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      If you travel to the Columbus, Ohio, area consider a visit here!

300 West Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 362-2800  |  (888) 987-6866

The National Veterans Memorial and Museum was created for a unique and specific purpose: to preserve, share and celebrate the personal experiences of our nation’s Veterans. Past and present. From all branches of service. And from all eras of conflict and peacetime service.                                  https://nationalvmm.or

Information about other exhibits and on-line presentations will also be available at the Museum's website.

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If you enjoy time in this country's National Parks, this is for you!

This information sent by: Ms. Sue Gabon from the Pennsylvania Military College  

        

Through my local American Legion Post 464, I just recieved an Email that stated effective this past Veteran's Day (2020):


"Gold Star families and United States veterans can enjoy free entry to national parks for life.

The Interior Department approved a push led by two Maine lawmakers, Independent Sen. Angus King and Democratic Rep. Jared Golden, who viewed the efforts as a way to honor families of military members who died during their service."

"Making our national parks and public lands open to these Americans free of charge is a small but meaningful way to express our gratitude for their sacrifices," Golden said.

The department says the fees will be waved for Gold Star family members and veterans who are now able to access freely almost 2,000 public locations across 400 million acres of land. A Gold Star family member includes the immediate family of a soldier who died while in combat.

Who is eligible to gain free entrance as a veteran?

For purposes of this program, a veteran is identified as an individual who has served in the U.S. Armed Forces, including the National Guard and Reserves, and is able to present one of the following forms of identification when entering a national park:

Department of Defense Identification Card (CAC Card)

Veteran Health Identification Card (VHIC)

Veteran ID Card

Veterans designation on a state-issued U.S. driver’s license or identification card

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