Here is a request from : Karri Rotkin Goldstein, Volunteer Coordinator Caring Hospice Services . “I wanted to talk to you about our Veterans’ Day events. Below are the dates and locations for our events. If you would be so kind to share these dates with the members of A Hero’s Welcome & Warriors’ Watch Riders. Anyone that may be able help honor the Veterans at these facilities can contact me directly.”
11/6- Sunrise Granite Run,
247 N. New Middletown Road, Media – 2:00 p.m.
11/8- Green Meadows, 283 East
Lancaster Avenue, Malvern – 2:00 p.m.
11/11- Juniper Village, 3200
Bensalem Blvd., Bensalem – 3:00 p.m.
11/12- Simpson House, 2101
Belmont Avenue, Philadelphia – 2:00.p.m.
11/13 – Chestnut Knoll, 120
W. Fifth St. Boyertown – 2:00 p.m.
I so appreciate you working with us!
It was great speaking with you today!
As we discussed, we would be delighted and honored if A Hero’s Welcome and all like minded Patriots would be able to join us to honor the veterans at Southeastern Veterans Center for their Veterans Day Event. Details as follows:
DATE: Thursday, November 7, 2019
TIME: 1:45 pm
Southeastern Veterans Center
1 Veterans Drive
Spring City, PA
COATES HALL BUILDING
TILGHMAN DINING HALL
EVENT: Honor & Recognize 150 SEVC Veterans for
their military service. Compassus will be giving each veteran a challenge
coin. We would like to know if A Heros Welcome would like to give the
challenge coins to the vets along with the Color Guard and SEVC Staff.
I look forward to hearing from you!!
Thank you, Linda
Compassus Hospice & Palliative Care
We have another request!!! Nov 11 2019!!! It is a busy day for many!!! But it is Veterans Day!!! We were invited to Manatawny Manor to honor their in home Vets.. we need 15-20 people to flag line and thank these ladies and gentlemen..
It starts at 1100 and we’ll meet in the parking lot at 1030-1045. This is a rain or shine event so please come in your cages if it’s not bike weather…
30 Old Schuylkill Rd
Pottstown PA 19465
There will be a ‘VETERAN’S DAY TALK’ on October 21st at 7:00PM at the Free Library of Springfield Township, 8900 Hawthorne Ln, Wyndmoor, PA 19038. That is just off of Papermill Road in Springfield, Montgomery County. (see the attachment.)
The subject will be The Philadelphia National Cemetery with a unique history in the country of the 1,000 black Civil War soldiers and sailors are buried in two segregated sections of the cemetery, a short history of Camp William Penn (the first and largest training camp for United States Colored Troops (USCT)) where several hundred soldiers died of disease at the camp or the hospital that they were sent to and a bit on how we can show respect to our veterans.