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WHO: Military Teens between the ages of 14 and 17
WHEN: May 15-17 2015
WHERE: Weston, WI (location subject to change)

Teens will spend the weekend learning ways to strengthen their resilience skills. From Laughter Therapy to Physical Fitness, youth will learn ways to relieve stress and thrive in the face of […]

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WHO: Military Youth between the ages of 11 and 13
WHEN: May 15-17 2015
WHERE: Weston, WI (location subject to change)

Most Military Youth are natural leaders, this summit is designed to sharpen their leadership skills and abilities, and teach them how to use them in their daily lives and in their […]

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WHO CAN APPLY

Post-9/11, Wisconsin veterans who are currently full-time students or will be by Summer 2015. Six positions available. Participation in the program makes you eligible to become a full-time student with Lamar Community College. See details under “What You Need To Do.”

WHEN
– Sunday, June 21 – Saturday, July 11, 2015
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In 1986 Secretary of Defense, Casper W. Weinberger, declared April to be the Month of the Military Child, and started a long tradition of honoring our
nation’s youngest heroes.

Each Year the WI National Guard Child and Youth Program sends out small packets with a certificate of appreciation, letters from both WI Senior
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The military community faces unique financial issues due to deployments, security clearance, and various tax situations (combat pay, state residency, etc.). These can present significant challenges for military families. Military OneSource Financial counselors will help to keep sight of these challenges, while providing solutions that foster financial peace of mind.

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Earlier this week, Sesame Street’s Elmo and Rosita stopped by the Pentagon and met with the Vice Chief, General Lengyel and his wife Sally and taped a message just for our National Guard children. Elmo and Rosita directed to all of our guard kids, “guard kids are very big heroes. Thank you for being who […]

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