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...26 pallets in the first hour, and when it was all over – 100 pallets totaling 70,000 pounds.
“I remember watching the cars start to line up last year, and thought, ‘Oh man, we’re gonna need more pallets!’“
“I’ve heard a lot through the years from various communities and people who feel disenfranchised with their religion and spirituality,” said The Rev. Scott Orth. “This event is to let everyone know we are here for them.
...By 10:30 a large chunk of the food was already gone. “We did not expect so many, so fast,” said Brenda Burrell, a Mental Health social worker, “I’m already out of gumbo! But the more we get, the better.”
This officially kicks off a year-long celebration of the Milwaukee VA’s 150th year of providing care for veterans, and is one of many events leading up to an all-day celebration June 3 on the Milwaukee campus.
“Everyone’s around the campfire. It’s a quiet time and I go back down to that pier with my lit bobber. I put a minnow on that line and just look up at the stars. On a clear night you see Saturn and the Milky Way.
“It’s scary when you first get that diagnosis,” said Steve Leonard, this his first trip to Diabetes Camp. “My wife has had it for two years and on insulin. So I said, ‘I got it, what am I going to do about it?’
Thanks to innovative research at the Baltimore VA, older Veterans are making strides — literally — in their ability to move about, stay balanced, prevent falls and get up from a fall if they do have one.