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Every Memorial Day The President and other dignitaries gather at The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington, Va., to honor those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for the freedom we enjoy as a free nation. But those who die serving their country aren’t the only ones making sacrifices.
Maj. Miguel Reece of Valrico, Fla., a suburb of Tampa, has authored the book, The Disabled Veteran’s Story: The Sacrifices of Our Veterans and Their Families, he says to share the stories of sacrifice endured by just a handful of the people he came in contact with during the eight years he served as a field examiner and investigator for the Veterans Affairs Regional Office in St. Petersburg, Fla.
RMA Publicity has arranged a national media tour for Maj. Reece where he plans to share why he believes the words: “Thank You for Your Sacrifices and Service,” best represent an acknowledgement in honoring our military members, as well as their spouses, parents, other family members, veterans.
Maj. Reece will be interviewed on WFTL-Pompano Beach, FL (May 27) and on WFTS-TV Tampa (May 28). He has also been on several other radio shows: WIOD-Miami (May 20), WCCF-Port Charlotte, FL (May 25), WDPN-Cleveland (May 26), and KXYL-Abilene, TX (May 26).
More information about The Disabled Veteran’s Story: The Sacrifices of Our Veterans and Their Families can be found online at www.miguelreece.com.
Barry ZeVan The Weatherman will appear on the FOX 9 BUZZ in Minneapolis on Fri., May 27 to talk about his new autobiography, Barry Zevan, My Life among the Giants, A Memoir...Thank You, Jerry Stiller For Urging Me To Write This Book.
The book recounts the very rich experiences of the author's life. ZeVan was a weatherman on KSTP-TV and KARE-TV in the Twin Citieis in the 1970s and 1980s.
For more information or to purchase a copy of the book, visit www.barryzevan.com.
Over the years, Heidi Helmeke has come to the conclusion that Millennials don’t seem to have a feel for what it is going to take to secure their financial futures. To try and get the message across about the importance of long-term saving, she has written the book, Self-Wealth: A simple, conscious path to a comfortable financial future, which shares the story of a young couple up to their eyeballs in debt. Through the story, Helmeke explains what steps they need to take to turn the tide, and set themselves up for the future.
The book officially launched on May 24 with a well attended discussion and signing at Common Good Books in St. Paul. Heidi's next event is on Sat., June 11 at Valley Booksellers in Stillwater, Minn. She will appear at the Barnes & Noble in Roseville, Minn., on Sat., June 18. Learn more about the book at www.heidihelmeke.com.
S.O.S. Rescue Relief, Inc., a nonprofit in Plymouth, Minn., that partners with animal rescue groups to get cats and dogs adopted, hosted a Kiddie Cat Clinic on May 22 to teach teach children about the needs and responsibilities of pet ownership and rescue organizations.
As part of the clinic, educators discussed proper pet care, spaying and neutering, why not to declaw, etc. At the end of the day, each participant went home with a signed copy of Saving Stripes: A Kitty's Story, written by teen author Justin M. Anderson, who also happens to be the person who rescued Stripes, her mother and two siblings. Participants also received a beanie baby that resembles Stripes.
For more information about the work done by the rescue organization, go to www.theadoptapetshop.org.