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A two-day conference focusing on women’s health and wellness is scheduled to take place in Warner Robins, Friday and Saturday, June 7 - 8, at the Georgia Veterans Education Career Transition Resource Center on South Armed Forces Blvd (31088).
Memorial Day is a time for remembrance, reflection, and respect. It is a day dedicated to the memories of the men and women who gave their lives in service to our nation.
Since their dedications, Georgia’s veteran memorial cemeteries in Milledgeville and Glennville have held annual remembrance ceremonies in honor of Georgia’s fallen sons and daughters.
Georgia Commissioner of Veterans Service Mike Roby wants to remind veterans and families to mark April 25, 2019, as “Supermarket of Veterans Benefits Day” on their calendars.
Mayor Randy Toms proclaimed Thursday, April 25, as “Supermarket of Veterans Benefits Day” in Warner Robins. The free event will be held in the Larry Walker Arena on Central Georgia Technical College’s Warner Robins campus.
The Georgia Department of Veterans Service is transitioning the Cordele Veterans Field Service Office into a satellite location due to a realignment of department staff.
The LaGrange office of the Georgia Department of Veterans Service recently relocated into the Career Center of the Georgia Department of Labor located at 1002 Longley Place (30240).
Georgia Commissioner of Veterans Service Mike Roby wants to remind veterans and their families that there is still time to show their gratitude for our military service members with a wreath this holiday season.
Veterans Day is a day to salute the spirit of the American service member. It is a day for all Americans to celebrate and honor the service of millions of our veterans. It is also a day to honor the memory of those who faithfully served our country and now rest in peace.
The Georgia Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Milledgeville will open a new expansion of available burial space during a ceremony on Thursday, October 25 at 10:30 a.m.