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Announcing The VEMA YOGA Challenge

Announcing the VEMA YOGA Challenge

On Thanksgiving Day, November 22nd, local yoga and meditation studios, their students, and all practitioners are challenged to hold the Warrior Pose for 22 seconds, and spread the word by sharing with their social networks using #VEMA, challenging their friends, and send pictures to VEMA@meghansfoundation.org for posting on meghansfoundation.org/VEMA. VEMAYOGA (Veterans Meditation and Yoga) is mindful, trauma-sensitive yoga and meditation, designed by Meghan’s Foundation, specifically for active duty service and military veterans who may be…

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Cmdr. George H. Lindsey Of Disabled American Veterans Makes A Generous Donation

Cmdr. George H. Lindsey of Disabled American Veterans makes a generous donation

Michael Hanahan (at left) representing Meghan’s Foundation is presented a $500 donation by Cmdr. George H. Lindsey of Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Chapter 17 of Doylestown. Meghan's Foundation reaches out to support war veterans experiencing physical and emotional wounds — symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) — by offering programs that provide complimentary healing modalities including yoga and meditation. The organization honors the memory of Meghan Shortt Wilent, the 29-year-old wife of Senior Airman Thomas…

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Stories Behind Military Art Exhibit Are Revealed

Stories behind military art exhibit are revealed

There was a certain glamour to the role Rich McQuarrie played for the Army’s Third Infantry Regiment, known as the Old Guard, before the fighting got serious during the Vietnam War. From 1961-63, McQuarrie was part of the presidential honor guard for John F. Kennedy. And though he got a closeup view of the president several times, that’s not the military service he remembers most. What stays with McQuarrie every day was his role at…

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