Monroe County Veterans Court Graduation

Two veterans were very thankful for participating and completing the Monroe County Veterans Court (MCVC) program during the graduation ceremony the day before Thanksgiving. Congratulations Army Veteran Mitchell Greene and Marine John Potorski!

The ceremony was lead by MCVC Judge Dwaine Thomas and was joined by the Monroe County Mayor Mitch Ingram, Madisonville Mayor Glenn Moser, Vonore Mayor Bob Lovingood , numerous  Monroe County Committee members. Assistant District Attorney, Vet to Vet Tennessee Officers and mentors and special guest, Helen Ross McNabb Military Services Center Therapist Lisa Wilkerson and University of Louisville Practicum student Tiffany Peters. Read More

VA takes key step to improve its website to provide Veterans an enhanced digital customer experience

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 13, 2018
VA takes key step to improve its website to provide Veterans an
enhanced digital customer experience
WASHINGTON — This week the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) took a key step in its digital modernization effort by
revamping its website accessed by 10 million customers per month who use VA’s tools and content online.
To improve this experience VA’s Veterans Experience Office and VA Digital Service gathered feedback from more than 5,000 Veterans,
service members, their families, caregivers and survivors. Read More

Prosperity Pointe Assisted Living Veterans Day

Prosperity Pointe Assisted Living & Memory Care

Adriane Shakir, Activities Director for Prosperity Pointe invited Vet to Vet Tennessee to their facility on November 12, 2018 to celebrate Veterans Day.

Patty Calabro, Sheryn & Don Davis, Martina & Ed Junod had to honor to share in the Veterans Day Celebration.  7 Veterans and 13 Veteran surviving spouses were present; 7 WWII, 2 Korean , 4 Vietnam.  Read More

“Coming Home” play brigthens the lives of hundreds on Veterans Day

November 11, 2018  First Baptist Church Maryville, TN. 

“Coming Home” play, written and produced by Tonya Lee Stoutt-Brown, was attended by almost 1,000 on Veterans Day.

Details:  A young soldier returns home from World War II to find his country church in comical disarray. As he struggles to find peace, he learns that you can never go so far away that you can’t come home in your heart.

Tonya asked Vet to Vet Tennessee to support the play and advised VTVT that all of the donations from the play would be donated to VTVT to support their suicidal prevention programs..  VTVT received over $3,000.00!  Very generous audience. Click here to view the Playbill. Read More