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In 1918 a World War I Soldier had been declared dead 3 times

November 11, 2018

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Supreme sacrifice, a “Casualty of War”, killed in action was the official notices that the father of Private Frank E. Beecher, an Army Soldier, in the Machine Gun Company, of the 130th Infantry, in France during World War I received on 3 different occasions. Even a final death certificate dated October 28, 1918 from the […]

Feeling Disenfranchised a Community unites asking for Sunday Bus Service in Charlotte North Carolina

July 23, 2018

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Update  – Oct 1, 2018,  – all the Rallies, petition and handwork for the last two years of the people in Oakview Community of Charlotte NC has paid off, We got a “Sunday Bus” #3 Service starting Sunday Oct. 7, 2018 WSOC TV channel 9 Report: “So for our community, this is really a big […]

Not just a job search but finding your Career Path

July 5, 2018

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Noel McCall, Executive Director for Patriots Path helps to put a Veterans military jargon into a understandable concise transferrable account of their military work history. As a Veteran transfers out of their military service, one of the hardest issues to deal with is to summarize prior work experience.  As many jobs in the service are […]

No Service Member Left Behind

March 10, 2018

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When you serve in the military, there’s a certain bond you have with your fellow service members. You often hear phrases like “we leave no service member behind.” It’s a motto that showcases the common bond our men and women in uniform share. Story originally posted on June 30, 2016 by the Salvation Army of […]

Living on the wrong side of the Tracks

February 11, 2018

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I received an official email on Friday from Larry Kopf, the CATS Chief Operations Planning Officer, that the new CATS Public Transportation City Bus Route #3 on Sunday will not service the People of Oakview Terrace Community on Centre & Kentucky. While people on the other side of the Tracks will have the Luxury and […]

“We need a Sunday Bus” Rally

December 2, 2017

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  Link to Article with letter we wrote to the City of Charlotte & Mayor Roberts early last year   2017 – https://tinaquizon.wordpress.com/2017/02/13/your-ride-is-not-here/ Neighbors plans to join together to rally at the Bus Stop on Ingle Ave to wave signs and be the voice of “We Need A Sunday Bus” to get a Sunday shuttle […]

“For the Love of our Fellow Americans” #PuertoRico

October 15, 2017

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A group of Army Veterans bring life saving Food & Medical supplies to Elderly & Families, making their way into the remote area’s of Puerto Rico. Jason Maddy along with several Veterans remind us that – “These are Americans they need our help.” It’s been 3 weeks since Hurricane Maria slammed into the Island of […]