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The Good Old Days

The Good Old Days. By Gary Hays

The year was 1951. Any lucky kid with $7.64 could purchase their very own genuine, and of course official, “Hopalong Cassidy” watch. 1,164 more words

VERY busy week 8-8 to 8-16

We started our week by doing 8 quilt presentations on Monday.  A gal had requested a quilt for her brother in law, who lives at an assisted living facility.  66 more words

Quilt Tops

Resident & Home Wish List Veterans Home of California - Redding

1.  Lap Top Computers/Digital Camera/Kindles

2.  Food Gift Cards (In-n-Out, McDonalds, Wendy’s, Carl Jr.) for Resident Outings

3.  Newspaper subscriptions for the home (2-USA Today’s) 117 more words


Pastor Ron Braiser opens the Yuba-Sutter Veterans Stand Down

Ron is an inspiration to me and is sure to forever remain among the handful of most influential people I have met in my journey advocating and helping those that have little to nothing. 240 more words

PTSD - Beware of the Silence

PTSD – Beware of the Silence. By Gary Hays

Two Soldiers, John Smith and Bob Jones, were both released from the Army after completion of their tours, and returned to their respective hometowns. 1,161 more words

More photos from NVAM event

The National Veterans Art Museum has posted more photos from my event there earlier this month. Check out the images here.


From the NILG Floor

August 5-8, 2014, were a few busy days for America’s Job Exchange. Exhibiting at NILG, we were in the midst of the electrifying atmosphere of the 50th year of the Civil Rights Movement and a host of employers who were actively seeking to recruit talent of diversity and understand the compliance issues that are related with affirmative action and EEO hiring. 465 more words