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KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS ANNOUNCE WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT

Posted June 17, 2013, at 4:35 p.m.

The Maine State Knights of Columbus announce their support of the National Veterans Family Center in Belgrade, Maine. This site, the first of its kind in the United States will cater to amputee wounded warriors and their families. A place to provide healing and independence, it is the dream of SSG Travis Mills one of only 5 living quad-amputee wounded warriors.

The Maine State Council of the Knights of Columbus are organizing a weekend work project building handicap ramps and other project to get the camp ready for the 5 quad-amputees and their families for their visit in late August.

Knights of Columbus members are invited to visit

http://maineknights.org

to view weekend details for July 20 and July 21. Anyone who wishes to support the project financially may visit

http://www.veteransfamilycamp.com

or contact Duane Belanger, Veterans Program Director for the Maine State Knights of Columbus at (207) 951-2874 or via email at duane.belanger@aroostookknights.org

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