With the Fourth of July coming up, we thought this was the perfect opportunity to share this great video from the Kansas City Symphony's Celebration at the Station. Over Memorial Day weekend, the Kansas City Symphony asked Blue Star Families and Operation Honor Cards to join in their annual patriotic concert. Director of Programs, Loree Tillman, and her son Tyler joined them and asked the crowd to honor those who serve by pledging to volunteer in their community with Operation Honor Cards.
Chicago-style hot dogs, deep dish pizza, and the Art Institute ... MY kind of town and my kind of Blue Star Museum visit blog post! Read on ....
To honor our brothers and sisters who have lost so much, Blue Star Families is turning the blue star into a gold star for Memorial Day.
You can support Blue Star Families when you buy or sell on eBay, with the eBay Giving Works program. Here’s how:
You can find whatever you're looking for on eBay – from baseball cards to new cars and more. When you do, shop for items that benefit us. You can get a great deal and support military families at the same time!
More than 40 volunteers turned out for a smashing holiday party at Walter Reed. And no one was left out ... Neiman Marcus generously donated cosmetics for the moms and wives of injured service members. A big chocolaty thanks to Connie's Bakery too!
Introducing the Social Media Guide for Military Families! This is the first comprehensive handbook for MilFams ... with the experts from Facebook! It's a must-read in today's online driven world!
It's that time again! Time to tell Blue Star Families the issues that are most important to your military family. If you are a military family member, veteran or service member, BSF would like to hear from you.
Military families continue to impress our nation with their commitment and dedication. Read more about our resilience and the landmark studies that support this notion!
The Mil Life chat goes live tomorrow and it's going to be an amazing discussion. Weigh in NOW by posting questions and comments about raising our kids in a post 9-11 world.
United Concordia folks take a break and say THANKS to military spouses! Read on ...