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VA Home Loan Updates in 2020

VA loans started as part of the Servicemen’s Readjustment Act, signed into law on June 22nd, 1944 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Since their creation, they have helped more than 22 million Veterans become homeowners. However, VA loans did...

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COVID-19 Announcements

Blue Top Ridge at Riverside Casino & Golf Resort will be opening on April 1st. Golf is a great way to get exercise and spend time outside during this stressful period of being socially responsible by “Social Distancing” and staying...

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Mesothelioma

Every year in the United States, approximately 2,000 to 3,000 people are diagnosed with malignant mesothelioma. Unfortunately, this cancer disproportionately affects the men and women that have served our country. Some reports indicate that about one...

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Flag Flying Days

As we get ready to celebrate a new year, I thought it was important to list the Flag Flying Days. I fly my flag most days of the year but take it down for the Winter. However, depending upon your ability and practicality there are days throughout the...

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Etiquette and History of the American Flag

The “Star Spangled Banner” was written in 1914 by Francis Scott Key and declared the national anthem in 1931. With both the National Anthem and the Pledge of Allegiance, non-uniformed persons wearing a hat should place it over their heart...

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What is the GIVE Foundation

Welcome to our website. I am Jeff Delvaux, Executive Director of the G.I.V.E Foundation (Golf For Injured Veterans Everywhere). I was brought on recently to advance the Foundation through awareness and funding. Currently we receive no Federal...

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Properly Disposing of the American Flag

Since our country was conceived, the U.S. Flag has been a symbol of our country's freedom. Our country's Flag Code provides specific guidelines for how to "retire" a damaged or worn-out American flag. When should my American flag be...

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