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American Legion F&J Ravin Post 134 Welcomes Its New Chaplain & Service Officer

To All Members & Friends of Post 134 Please join me in welcoming Walter Ghant to Post 134 as our new Chaplain and Service Officer. In addition to filling these critically important roles, Walter will also leverage his position as the Veterans Resource Center Director at Portland State University to help the Post expand its … Continue reading American Legion F&J Ravin Post 134 Welcomes Its New Chaplain & Service Officer

Post 134 Enrolled In Fred Meyer Community Awards Program

Dear American Legion F&J Ravin Post 134, Congratulations on your enrollment into the Fred Meyer Community Rewards Program. To Use the Fred Meyer Community Rewards Program follow these simple steps. Visit https://www.fredmeyer.com. 2. Log into your Fred Meyer account and search for American Legion F&J Ravin Post 134 either by name or XA628. 3. Click Enroll. … Continue reading Post 134 Enrolled In Fred Meyer Community Awards Program

VA Allocates $400M COVID-19 Relief Funding

VA Expands Funding For Emergency Response For Veterans Experiencing Or At Risk Of Homelessness During COVID-19 Pandemic July 16, 2020, 11:49:00 AM WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) today announced it is allocating an additional $400 million of its coronavirus relief funding to enhance the department’s emergency relief response for Veterans experiencing or at risk … Continue reading VA Allocates $400M COVID-19 Relief Funding

VA Holds First Virtual Women Veterans Forum

WASHINGTON – Acting Deputy Secretary Pamela Powers on Tuesday led VA’s first virtual Women Veterans Forum, which helped women Veterans from across the country learn about the care and services they can receive at VA, and how VA is changing to better serve the growing population of women Veterans.  “You have a voice in VA, and … Continue reading VA Holds First Virtual Women Veterans Forum

VA Claims Backlog Grows Due To COVID-19

VA backlog of claims grows to 119,000 as work stopped for coronavirus By Nikki Wentling/Stars and Stripes JUN 04, 2020 The backlog of Department of Veterans Affairs claims has grown by tens of thousands of cases since the department halted work because of the coronavirus pandemic, top VA officials said Wednesday. There were 119,000 backlogged … Continue reading VA Claims Backlog Grows Due To COVID-19