This month’s veterans report discusses CPN Veterans Organization meetings, as well as issues of harassment faced by active-duty military personnel and veterans. Resources for anyone experiencing harassment are listed in the report.
By coincidence in casual conversation at a fall CPN Veterans meeting here in Shawnee, Oklahoma, three couples found out that they had all been married in the same month 50 years ago. Their wedding dates were within 17 days of each other that very month.
The Citizen Potawatomi Nation Veterans Organization exists to bring together Citizen Potawatomi veterans, active-duty service members and their families, and seeks to recruit new members.
The CPN Veterans Organization shares information on services and news regarding nonprofit organizations as well as upcoming color guard presentations and organization meetings.
The CPN Veterans Organization discuss upcoming events, opportunities for the color guard to present the colors and this month’s organization meeting.
There has been some easing of restrictions, but the threat is still present and real. Taking precautions is the best way to fight this pandemic affliction. Be aware! Here are a few “myths vs. facts” that might help your decision-making.
The CPN Veterans Organization discusses the COVID-19 pandemic and updates on coming meetings.
The CPN Veterans Organization had one of the best Christmas/Thanksgiving dinners that we have had in several years.
The December 2019 CPN Veterans Report discusses the guards at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the meaning behind their march.
The November 2019 CPN Veterans report discusses the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ Millions Veteran Program and National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.