"I want you all to set goals for yourself. Can you do that? And be thankful for everything you have." — Michael McCarron
"They will stop and read them, especially the older stones. There is a lot of education." — William Schrade
"You recognize what other people have been through because every soldier has a story and none of them are the same." — Michael McCarron
The support groups are free and open to veterans living with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, post-traumatic stress and other mental health conditions.
"Each and every one of these flags, all 640, has a story attached to it." — Cheryl Tripp Cleveland
Waldheim is looking to increase participation among younger veterans in the Jewish community.
The event is a unique celebration and sharing of native culture through traditional songs, dances and art.
"It gives you the opportunity to think back on stuff and kind of go through it." — Gabe Golden
Through VetLink, S2S will identify qualified U.S. military veterans, introduce them to partner colleges, and mentor them through the college search and admissions process.
"We have a responsibility to preserve that freedom and expand it." — state Rep. Benjamin Downing
"It's about those who paid the ultimate price and didn't make it back alive." — Col. Michael Morgan
"[They] never got the recognition they deserved. Now they do." — John Harding
"This is a huge need and a huge gap." — Duane Gill
"We had enough for all of our residents. It was quite incredible." — Nathan Sampson
"They know they are not forgotten and we honor them." — Tammy Lussier
"We give them a real good portions; we don't nickel and dime anyone." — William Schrade
The group focuses on developing a long-range action plan to meet the need for supportive housing among the commonwealth's residents.
"We find the veterans and wish them happy holidays." — Tom Landry
"It is just my way to say thank you." — Annie Gerrity
The concert, titled "United We Honor Our Heroes, Our Home: WES Sings for our Veterans," features the Williamstown Elementary School sixth grade chorus and band.
Heroes Advantage Checking is available to active, reserve and retired U.S. Military personnel with no monthly service charge, on-the-go accessibility and custom benefits.
"This ceremony is unbelievable. I'm so proud of my community." — Army Sgt. Michael Case
"A lot of guys come home and they are having problems and they don't go to anybody." — Bill Mickle
"This sign will be a constant memory for me and all of the people who travel here about the sacrifices they made." — Rep. Smitty Pignatelli
"It is a terrible, terrible feeling to not know what happened." — Bob Coakley