Sat, May 12 | Everett Public Library

The Effects of War on Combat Veterans

Men and women went to war and it changed them forever. Come hear the stories from our book from the veteran's themselves.
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Time & Location

May 12, 2018, 2:00 PM
Everett Public Library, 2702 Hoyt Ave, Everett, WA 98201, USA

About the Event

Our nonprofit group has been asked to come share our stories with those of you in Everett, Washington! Mark your calendars for May 12th, and listen how the experiences of war changed these men and women.

This diverse set of men and women served in various branches of the military and served in a variety of roles - from security forces to truck drivers, and mechanics to infantry.

This unique event will allow those of us who have never experienced war first hand, to better understand what our men and women go through and the challenges they often face at home. The stories are raw and powerfull.

Overall, we hope that you will gain a better understanding and a different perspective through this presentation.

And we hope that you would also help us in our mission to help other veterans tell thier own stories if you are able. Donations and proceeds from books sales fund our efforts.

Following the event, our veterans will be on hand to answer questions and sign copies of the book.

On May 12th, please join us at Everett Public Library. Time of event is subject to change.

Registration is Closed

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