And our live blog of the AUSA conference continues. I'm in the military family forum, hearing from Shawn Moon of Franklin Covey Government & Education Services about their POWER program.
And our live blog of the AUSA conference continues. The Military Family Forum is over for the day, so I decided to pop in to some of the forums that are the meat and potatoes of the AUSA Conference.
And our live blog of the AUSA conference continues. I'm in the military family forum, hearing from Alfonso Bartres, PhD, MSSW Chief Officer, Readjustment Services
Mission of Vet Centers
Join BSF New Media Director, Stephanie Himel-Nelson, as she covers the Association of the United States Army Conference live in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday.
Good morning, all! I apologize for the late start this morning. We've had some technical difficulties, so I'll be updating the blog every 30 minutes or so with the latest happenings.
Blue Star Families (BSF) and Kids in Distressed Situations, Inc. (K.I.D.S.) joined forces with North Carolina Governor Bev Purdue to bring the healing power of books to military children and their schools through the national program, Books on Bases, Smiles on Faces. The program was launched at W.T. Brown Elementary School in Spring Lake, NC, which is just outside the gates of Fort Bragg and Pope Air Force Base, and 4,000 new books were given to 17 Department of Defense and 20 military impacted schools.