We at Veteran’s Miracle Center Appreciate all the help our volunteers provide.
A Special Thanks to Brian Whiteman for donating his time to do the website design and website maintenance on our new website.
Also, thanks to Bev Sonnenberg as the photographer for many of our events.
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- Community Events
- Cruise In
- Fun Times
- Fund Raisers
- Jobs For Erie Vets
- Motorcycle Rallie
The All for One Committee from Saint Vincent’s Hospital collected products the week of Veterans Day to support our local Veterans. Linda Kruszewski, Jeanette Brocious Jeanette and Julie Tomlinson organized a successful essential product drive. Members from area college ROTCs assisted Saint Vincent with collection and celebration of veterans. Over 635 items were collected at […]
ServErie spent the morning of October 21st at the Veterans Miracle Center. The ServErie team showed up ready to help, to make a difference, and they did. From leadership to youth (some from ROTC) the work ethic and desire to support Veterans was evident! The team assisted with numerous tasks from painting, mowing, sorting of […]
Veterans Day 2015 at VMCE – Allison Carraghan and Laura Hager, from Sheetz Stores headquarters, provided lunch for Veterans Miracle Center staff and volunteers. Pictured with them is Chuck Turner, VMCE Operations Manager. We appreciate Sheetz and their support of our veterans.
Ladies from the Sunshine Group supplied lots of useful items for our veterans. This group is an organization dedicated to helping the needy, less fortunate, shut ins, and nursing home patients by providing a large variety of gifts at Christmas and throughout the year. We what to express our heart felt thanks for all they […]
The Veterans Miracle Center had a new group of volunteers. Wattsburg Elementary School students in Ms. Jamie Kotlar’s class assisted the center by making Welcome Home to Hope Kits for our Veterans. Students also counted, sorted and organized items for future kits. Additional tasks were eagerly completed by the energized group. Students were taught by […]