Tag: Veterans

Help For Veterans Health Fair Exhibitors Sought

Our Veterans Need Your Help! Help For Veterans, Inc. is finalizing their Health Fair event for our local Dillon County veterans. Please participate.

Veteran Of The Year Nominations Sought

Veteran of the Year nomination form-Veteran of the Year 2019 will be selected by the past Veterans of the Year and will be named/honored at our annual Veterans Day Ceremony to be held November 11, 2019.

CareSouth Carolina Introduces Population Health Program

CareSouth Carolina introduced a new “Population Health Program” to identify health issues in its service areas and look for solutions to create a heathier future for its patients and the Pee Dee community.

Help For Veterans Meeting Held

Chairman Johnnie Daniels called the meeting to order with prayer.

Dillon County Man Killed In Korea Identified

The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) announced that Army Cpl. Harold Pearce, 25, of Dillon, South Carolina, killed during the Korean War, was accounted for July 20, 2019.

Man Rides For Wounded Warrior Project

“I ride for the Wounded Warrior Project,” stated Randy Roscoe when he arrived in Dillon on Wednesday, August 28. “This is how I inform the veterans of my way of saying thanks.”

Kirby Given Community Partnership Award

CareSouth Carolina awarded the Community Partnership Award to Dr. John Kirby, Superintendent of Latta Schools, at its August departmental meeting at the SiMT Building.

Help For Veterans: July 2019 Meeting

Chairman Johnnie Daniels called the meeting to order with prayer.

VA Implements MISSION Act With New Urgent Care Benefit

As you may know, VA implemented the MISSION Act on June 6. But one of the lesser known provisions of the law established a new urgent care benefit that allows eligible Veterans access to urgent and walk-in care at participating clinics in their communities.

Local School Gets Hootie And The Blowfish Grant

The Hootie & the Blowfish Foundation announced its third annual multi-year grant cycle donations, granting a total of $120,000 over three years to four South Carolina charities working on projects that benefit veteran services and youth arts programs within the state of South Carolina.