Beth Zimmerman spent years working in architecture and as what she calls a “solopreneur.” However, with a drive to help veterans and service members and a passion for pets, Zimmerman started her nonprofit organization to help bring our nation’s heroes and shelter pets together for companionship.
MilSpouseFest team member, Maria Melvin had the opportunity to visit Arlington National Cemetery at a historic moment. The following is her experience in her own words. When military families receive PCS orders to the Washington D.C. area, they soon learn that it is a special and unique duty station, especially when compared to traditional military […]
By David Vergun, Army News Service There’s hardly a day at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial that Patrick Pellerin doesn’t see an emotional, often tearful veteran or family member looking up the name of a loved one on the wall. Pellerin, an Army Vietnam veteran himself, now wears the uniform of a National Park Service volunteer, […]
This is an opinion piece and does not necessarily reflect the view of MilSpouseFest On Veterans Day, we honor those who have served and are currently serving, but it’s also important to thank the families that stand beside their spouses. Sometimes when event organizers try to recognize families and veterans, they have active […]
This post is brought to you by our friends at MilitaryBridge.Com THE MEANING OF VETERANS DAY: A celebration to honor America’s veterans for their patriotism, love of country, and willingness to serve and sacrifice for the common good. We would like to say a special “Thank You” from MilitaryBridge to all military members […]
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