If you wish to honor a family member or loved one who served, buy a brick to support the memorials.
Great opportunity for Delaware’s youth!
The Delaware Prevention Coalition is hosting the 10th Annual Delaware Teen Summit “Hollywood Invades Delaware” on Saturday, August 5th at the Chase Center on the Riverfront. Come out and enjoy a day full of youth-led workshops, a celebrity keynote and panel, food, prizes, and local heroes! The Teen Summit is free for teenagers and their parents all over the state of Delaware.
The Delaware National Guard’s Counterdrug Unit has been a proud supporter of this community coalition for the last ten years.
Teens should register at the Link.
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The mission of the Mental Health Association (MHA) in Delaware promotes improved mental well being for all individuals and families in Delaware through education, support, and advocacy.
See below for upcoming ASIST courses with MHA:
New Castle County
August 31-Sept 1
Nov 30-Dec 1
HOST OF CLASSES – AND POC:
Project Director for Suicide Prevention
Mental Health Association in Delaware
100 W. 10th Street, Suite 600
Wilmington, DE 19801-6604
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DATES: July 8, July 15
TIME: 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
PLACE: Delaware Skills Center
500 Ships Landing Way
New Castle, Delaware 19720
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Last call to register… free lunch when you attend this Wednesday’s
workshop and learn GREAT tips on car buying – instructor is very informative
and knowledgeable on the subject. Don’t miss out! Everyone needs a car –
DJF Wednesday Workshop Series… presents
“TAKE THE WHEEL – Getting the Best Car Deal “
** In order to attend workshop, you MUST have Dept of Defense/DOD ID for
Dover AFB base access **
Presenter is from Dover Federal Credit Union!
Lunch is being provided by Dover Federal Credit Union.
LUNCH & LEARN
SOUTH– WED, JUN 28 • 11:30-12:30
Dover Air Force Base, Airman & Family Readiness Training classroom
Building 520, 520 Atlantic St, Dover AFB
** In order to attend workshop, you MUST have Dept of Defense/DOD ID for
Dover AFB base access.
It doesn’t matter whether you’ve never purchased a car, or if you’ve
purchased 10 cars. The car-buying process is not something most of us do
every day, which is why we are hosting this seminar. The most
cost-effective strategy when buying a car is to do your homework before you
start shopping. This class will HELP PREPARE YOU so you get THE BEST DEAL!!
No Walk-Ins – You must PRE-REGISTER. Lunch is being provided by Dover
Federal Credit Union
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Command/Supervisor chain approval is required for Full-Time Employees to
attend and attendance must be documented in the proper leave status.
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DOVER — Larence Kirby, executive director of the Delaware Commission of Veterans Affairs, addressed the Delaware Veterans Coalition bi-monthly meeting in Kitts Hummock on May 22.
Mr. Kirby explained the multi-faceted role of the commission and its oversight of the Delaware Veterans Home in Milford and the state’s two veterans cemeteries in New Castle and Sussex counties.
“Of Delaware’s 78,000 veterans about 25,000 are Gulf-war era,” he said, “and we are increasingly focusing on their needs as well as on those of our older veterans.”
Mr. Kirby spends many evenings addressing organizations about the commission. He explained that during the past three years its outreach has increased in four areas for recent veterans: Employment; Housing assistance; Mental health services; and Educational opportunities. The Delaware Veterans Trust Fund is also under the Commission, which provides grants to veterans in emergency financial need.
The commission’s 15 members are appointed by Delaware’s governor for a term of three years. They are affiliated with statewide veterans organizations and include several at-large members. Mr. Kirby also addressed the need for more recent era and female Commissioner applicants. Visit www.veteransaffairs.delaware. gov for more information.
The Delaware Veterans Coalition, established in 2011, is a non-partisan, non-profit, volunteer organization that lobbies with elected and other officials on behalf of all generations of Delaware’s veterans. Membership is open to all honorably- discharged veterans residing in Delaware. It meets at 7 p.m. at FOP Lodge #3, Kitts Hummock, on the fourth Monday of every other month beginning in January. Its next meeting will be July 24. Visit www.DelawareVeteransCoalition.com for more information.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 17, 2017
Contact: Dave Skocik 736-8500 cell
DOVER – Patrick Gallucci, Commandant of First State Military Academy in Clayton, Del., will serve as keynote speaker at the March 27, at 7 p.m. meeting of the Delaware Veterans Coalition at FOP Lodge 3, 1584 Kitts Hummock Road, Dover. (Map) He will be joined by retired Marine Corps Col. Robert Wallace, Senior Marine Instructor at FSMA.
Mr. Gallucci has been an educator for 23 years, teaching at three different schools before becoming Commandant at FSMA, a tuition-free public charter high school. He holds a Bachelor of Science from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and a Master’s Degree from Wilmington University.
Originally from Johnstown, Pa., he joined the United State Marine Corps in October 1985 and served for four years. He is married to Kathleen Gallucci and has two sons; Patrick, who is 21 and in his third year at West Point, and Thomas, 18, a PFC in the US Marine Corps. The Galluccis have been Delaware residents since 1996 and have made Camden their home.
The Delaware Veterans Coalition is a statewide, non-profit, 501(c) (3) lobbying organization that advocates with elected and appointed public officials on issues that affect all generations of Delaware veterans. It was tributed by the Delaware Legislature on its fifth anniversary in May 2016. The Coalition’s slogan is “Veterans are our only business.”
Membership is open to all honorably discharged veterans residing in Delaware. Meetings are open to all veterans residing in Delaware regardless of membership.
Visit www.DelawareVeteransCoalition.com or call 302-697-8384 for more information.
At its Jan. 30 meeting, the Delaware Veterans Coalition appointed Jason Stewart as its Kent County representative. Mr. Stewart, a U.S. Army veteran who served in Iraq, lives in Camden and is a medical program student at Delaware Technical College’s Owens Campus. He is past president of the college’s Veterans Inspiring Progress, a nationally recognized student veteran organization formed to provide military veterans and services members with the resources, support, and advocacy needed to succeed in higher education and subsequent employment. It is open to every veteran and service member, including the National Guard. “We welcome Jason to the Coalition. His experience, training and dedication will be tremendous assets as we continue our outreach to all generations of the state’s veterans, including active duty, National Guard, recently discharged, and retired,” said Coalition President Dave Skocik. The coalition is a statewide, non-profit, 501(c)(3) lobbying organization that advocates with elected and appointed public officials on issues that affect all generations of Delaware veterans. Membership is open to all honorably discharged veterans residing in Delaware. Meetings are open to veterans regardless of membership.