Thanks to American Legion Post 13 in Maryville Tennessee, this year’s 4th of July event was especially special. Veterans and their families were treated to a wonderful luncheon, retirement of almost 400 worn and battered American Flag ceremony, music and empty man table ceremony by singer/songwriter Ann M. Wolf and Vietnam War Commemoration ceremony by Vet to Vet Tennessee. Click here to view event photos.
Here’s a chance to use your creative talents for a cause that could literally save lives! Join us for “Worth It” auditions! The show is set in a high school, so actors should be able to portray high school students ages 15 – 19.
We are looking for talented high school students to appear in a faith-based comedy/drama to get the word out that life is worth living! The performance will be Sunday night, Nov. 10 in Knoxville, TN, with final rehearsal on Nov. 9. See posts below and visit https://bit.ly/2ZXLAUF for more information!
Suicide is the 2nd cause of death amongst the youth in America. It is time we did something about it! If you would like to know more about the purpose of the play please leave us a message below or call us at 865-336-2624.Continue reading “Open Student Auditions for “Worth It””
June 25, 2019 was the 69th anniversary of the beginning of the Korean War.2nd Annual Korean War Veterans appreciation luncheon. Thanks to the Knoxville Area Korean Association (KAKA) and their appreciation for the American Korean War Veterans, the Veterans were treated to a free luncheon at Bridgewater Place. This is the second annual KAKA Korean War Veterans Luncheon in honor of Rex Davis.
Vet to Vet Tennessee (VTVT) has been participating in the Korean War Veterans appreciation luncheon for years and are honored partners of KAKA for the second year. Nine VTVT volunteers supported the event; Andrew Auton, Dean Powell, Bill Richards, Gary Corea, James Puckett, Sheryn & Don Davis, George Howell, Randall Scott and Pat and Ed Junod. Click here to view the luncheon photos.
The United Veterans Council of East Tennessee organized over 100 volunteers at 21 locations and raised $32,000 and collected 500 flags for retirement….
…..on the way to honoring 18,000 men and women veterans, their families and creating a Knoxville holiday tradition!
Vet to Vet Tennessee partnered with the United Veterans Council and Maryville Food City at Broadway and collected $3,367.00 We would like to thank Food City Manager Joe McCauley and the Vet to Vet TN (VTVT) volunteers Sheryn & Don Davis, Michelle & Steven Lundy and daughter Jennie,, Jackie Powell, Martina Junod, and Pat Junod and Ed Junod for their time during the Flag Day weekend. Click here to view the photos.
All of us from VTVT would like to thank the generous donors of Blount County.