Bellingham Bulletin - “Thanks to Yanks” Dinner Is All About Appreciation
Telegram & Gazette – Project New Hope of Leicester receives 2012 award for veterans support
Project New Hope helping Veterans – Mass Appeal Channel 22 News in Chicopee, MA
Interview with Jordan Levy – Part 1
Interview with Jordan Levy – Part 2
Telegram & Gazette – Project New Hope offers former combat veterans retreats and resources
Kevin Shea showcases Project Hope, has highlights of Wachusett-Shrewsbury Lacrosse, Burncoat- St. John’s Baseball, Prouty- Burncoat Tennis and has the tribute to Carl Beane tonight at Fenway Park.
Monk, Vietnam veteran helps others find healing: http://www.telegram.com/article/20120513/NEWS/105139713/1011/newsrewind
Shrewsbury Letter: Thank You From Project New Hope Inc: http://www.thedailyshrewsbury.com/opinion/letter-thank-you-project-new-hope
Holden Letter: Thank You From Project New Hope Inc: http://www.thedailyholden.com/opinion/letter-thank-you-project-new-hope
Project New Hope offers help to Farmington Valley veterans
EAST GRANBY – Veterans who bring some of the horror of the
battlefield back home can get help from a Massachusetts-based non-profit
that offers free weekend retreats to soldiers and their families.
John Bald, a retired 73-year-old U.S. Army veteran who lives in East Granby,
is promoting Project New Hope here in the Farmington Valley and beyond.
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Thank you all who participated in PFC Brian Moquin’s 6th Annual Memorial Bike Run! Many showed their support and we couldn’t ask for better weather! Hopefully we’ll see you next year!
Bill Moore Receives the George Frost Award
2012 Massachusetts National Guard Military Family Readiness Volunteer Service Awards
This year’s George Frost Award is being presented to a veteran who has continued his commitment to Service members and Families after serving in the US Air Force.
He is a Disabled Veteran.
He has worked closely in his Community with the Lions Club, Elks, and Disabled American Veterans.
He dedicated much of his time to Operation Homefront, sitting on their Board of Directors and providing assistance to Service members and families through periods of deployment.
He founded and hosted the Route 9 Veterans Forum Cable TV program.
In December 2010 he initiated Project New Hope in Massachusetts
By providing weekend retreats to veterans and their families at no cost, Project New Hope strives to relieve the pressure that Veterans and Families may feel. Project New Hope is a unique and all-encompassing healing environment that promotes an atmosphere to talk, learn and grow as individuals and partners in life’s journey.
Project New Hope facilitates their weekends for Single and Married Veterans, Gold Star Families, All Male Veteran and All Female Veteran retreats which allow individuals to focus on their own unique veteran dynamics.
Project New Hope of Massachusetts has been working to expand their services and involve residents from all of New England and continues to create an environment of healing and camaraderie.
This gentleman has truly embodied the spirit of this award by continuing his Military service and demonstrates a lasting commitment to our Families and so it is our distinct pleasure to present this year’s George Frost Award to Bill Moore.
George H. Frost
In Honor of your Compassion and Dedication to continue my Mission
April 28th, 2012