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Running for Heroes is still on the run

Running for Heroes is still on the run

Since the year isn't over, we are still running! Our trip up to Washington's Crossing for the Bucks County Marathon was a really good one. We were very lucky with the weather. It was cold but not bitter when we started. The later 9:00 a.m. start gave us a little time...

The Story Behind the Brick: The Corvette Club

The Story Behind the Brick: The Corvette Club

Thank you to the The Piedmont Corvette Club that bought a Commemorative Brick! The Chevrolet Corvette has long been considered America's sports car. Therefore, it is no surprise that veterans love the Corvette, and Corvette owners love those that have served. The...

The Story Behind the Brick: Duane Huffman

The Story Behind the Brick: Duane Huffman

The recent passing of Mark Huffman's father serves as a reminder to him that moments are fleeting and once they are gone, you can't get them back. "I know that he served in the National Guard and was never called into action, but I don't know much beyond that," he...

Running for Heroes Running Update

Running for Heroes Running Update

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly RUNNING FOR HEROES TELLS IT LIKE IT IS Running for Heroes has taken on the challenge of running one marathon, every month in 2021 to raise $26,200 for the Hero’s Bridge Veterans Village. With only two marathons to go, they are close to...

Local Hero: Molly Brooks of Hero’s Bridge

Local Hero: Molly Brooks of Hero’s Bridge

One woman leads an army of volunteers to serve our area’s veterans Midland’s Molly Brooks had a vision early on. Growing up in the economically-depressed Ozarks with her mother working in a nursing home, Molly was privy to the substandard environment of the elderly...

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