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  1. OPERATION ENTRUST MY VA ALABAMA TO HOLD COMMUNITY FORUM
    Feb 8, 2016  -  Public forum for veterans, service members, their families and those who advocate on their behalf can come out and learn who is on the Operation Entrust Board and what this new innovative program is about. Members of the military, veterans and the media are invited to attend.
    MYVA OPERATION ENTRUST TO HOST ITS INAUGURAL COMMUNITY FORUM ON FEBRUARY 10th
    Feb 4, 2016  -  BIRMINGHAM –The MyVA Operation Entrust Alabama Community Board will conduct its first community forum on Wednesday, February 10th from 5:00-6:30 pm at Ramsey High School, located at 1800 13th Avenue, South. The forum is open to all Veterans, family members, caregivers, Veteran Service Organizations and members of the public. The Operation Entrust Board is charged with building relationships in the community between, local, state and federal service providers. Operation Entrust Board is designed to bring together leaders, resources and advocates to improve outcomes and experiences of Veterans, service personnel and their families.
    CAPITOL WREATH LAYING CEREMONY HONORS VETERANS
    Dec 4, 2015  -  MONTGOMERY – The public is invited to attend the Wreaths Across America Capitol Ceremony at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, December 7th, in the Capitol Auditorium and the Old Supreme Court Chamber of the Capitol where the Alabama Fallen Heroes Memorial is located. The ceremony will promote a week-long series of events designed to raise awareness and appreciation for the sacrifices of our nation’s veterans and their families.
    REAR ADMIRAL CLYDE MARSH RECEIVES VETERAN OF THE YEAR AWARD FROM ALABAMA COUNCIL OF VIETNAM VETERANS
    Nov 18, 2015  -  MONTGOMERY – Alabama Department of Veterans Affairs (ADVA) Commissioner, Rear Admiral Clyde Marsh, was awarded the Vietnam Veteran of the Year Award from the Alabama Council of Vietnam Veterans and the National Veterans Day Foundation. The event was held on Wednesday, November 11th at the annual World Peace luncheon in Birmingham.