LVMAC News — Lehigh Valley Magazine Talks About LVMAC

July 12, 2016

LV Magazine LogoIt is good to see a homegrown association such as ours — one born of true, community need — get some recognition because they rarely do.  LVMAC is an organization which often works behind the scenes.  It does not replace or infringe on other organizations but instead tries to get them to work together in a more integrated fashion, either formally or informally, to the benefit of our military-veterans community.  It tries to bring government, businesses, nonprofits and institutions together when appropriate.

It came into existence to work on the subject behind the collective impact model buzzword long before it became all the rage.   Frankly, its work can be a tough and tricky proposition, but the end result is often worth it.  To repeat, it is nice to be recognized.  Thank you, Lehigh Valley Magazine.

Click on the hyperlink to the article below:

http://www.lehighvalleymagazine.com/Lehigh-Valley-Magazine/July-August-2016/Lehigh-Valley-Military-Affairs-Council/

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As of 12 July 2016


LVMAC News — Roll Call! Community Banquet to Honor Those Who Serve

April 6, 2016

LVMAC Logo (Best Small PNG)LVMAC Salute to the Troops Dinner Flyer 24Apr2016The Lehigh Valley Military Affairs Council’s annual “Salute to the Troops” dinner will be held on 13 May, starting at 6 p.m., at a new location this year:  the Holiday Inn at 7736 Adrienne Drive in Breinigsville.  Our member organizations are strongly encouraged to attend, but the event is open to any member of the community wishing the recognize the service of the current military and recently returned veterans.   Now the the time to reserve your seat(s).  We ask that you do this no later than 4 May. Read the rest of this entry »


LVMAC Tidbit — Spiritual Fitness Training Offered by Army OneSource on 15 July

June 3, 2015

Army OneSource Logo_234x60_greenPA Military Spirtual Wellness Alliance Flyer 15July2015Army OneSource has launched a formal campaign to engage faith leaders and counselors in providing services and support to meet the spiritual and emotional needs of soldiers and their families.  It wishes to raise the awareness of the role that faith communities can play and to  provide them resources to reach out to soldiers and their families within a community.  This is the first time we have seen this initiative being put into practice Pennsylvania and therefore want to let you know about it. Read the rest of this entry »


LVMAC News — Last Call — for Our Annual Salute Your Troops Dinner!

May 10, 2015

LVMAC Salute to the Troops Dinner Flyer 22May2015LVMAC Logo (Best Small PNG)The Lehigh Valley Military Affairs Council  is conducting its “Salute to the Troops” this year on 22 May, starting at 6 p.m., again at the Days Hotel (The Jetport), 3400 Airport Road in Allentown.  Please come, but immediately make your reservation.  Don’t worry if you a few days beyond the suspense date on the form, though tables are filling quickly and we do need to get the order in to the caterer as soon as possible.
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LVMAC News — “Ten-hut”? No! “Eight-een”… LVMAC Scholarships Available for 2015

March 4, 2015

Newspaper Logo 70%Attention, Lehigh and Northampton county veterans, children and unmarried spouses of military personnel killed in action, children of veterans — and high school seniors enrolling in a higher education institution’s ROTC program with the intention of entering military service, you may be eligible to receive one  of  eighteen, one-thousand dollar LVMAC’s scholarships in 2015.  The application period opened on 1 March.

To find out if you qualify and to download the instructions and forms to apply, go to the scholarship program tab on our website.  The deadline for submissions is May 15, 2015.
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As of 4 March 2015

LVMAC Tidbit — Crayola is Offering Discounted Tickets to Our Military Veteran Families

October 11, 2014

Crayola Discount Offer for Veterans, Oct 2014 FlyerVeterans Day approaches and discounts to veterans will be offered by various companies for either business purposes or for saying thanks to them for their service  — and perhaps both.  Here is one offer which is year-round for the moment.   Crayola, a local company based in Easton,  has often donated in-kind goods to the Council.  It is now offering discounted tickets to its military veterans, according to its Molly Paulson.  The current discount falls just short of 28 percent. Click on the flyer to the right for more information.  Use the store name, LVMAC on their ticket website.  If you have difficulties with the website or cannot use it, please contact Ms. Paulson at 610-559-6601.

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As of  8 October 2014


LVMAC Tidbit — IronPigs and Muhlenberg College Team Up to Honor Our Military Veterans

May 12, 2014

WescoeLogo_2c [Converted]The Wescoe School of Muhlenberg College (a school where “adults” go to learn) and the Lehigh Valley IronPigs (the local, minor league baseball organization) have teamed up to recognize our local serving military and military veterans. Read the rest of this entry »


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