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The Janee Show and the Skin Clinic event.

Dont miss an upcoming event on May 22nd from 5pm-7pm hosted by the Janee Show and the Skin Clnic.

Hope to see you there!

ALFI Advocacy for Women Veterans

ALFI is committed to supporting and advocating for women Veterans. In furtherance of this, ALFI is working to develop a partnership with Dallas-area-based nonprofit Grace After Fire, an organization dedicated to supporting and advocating on behalf of women Veterans.

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More women vets are homeless, but housing scarce

 The Associated Press State & Local Wire 

April 8, 2012 Sunday 4:04 PM GMT

More women vets are homeless, but housing scarce 

BYLINE: By ERIC TUCKER and KRISTIN M. HALL, Associated Press

SECTION: STATE AND REGIONAL

LENGTH: 1573 words

DATELINE: WASHINGTON

Misha McLamb helped keep fighter jets flying during a military career that took her halfway around the world to the Persian Gulf. But back home, the Navy aircraft specialist is barely getting by after a series of blows that undid her settled life.

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Texas Veterans Commission Launches Veteran Entrepreneur and Business Development Program

For Immediate Release: April 10, 2012                              Release No. 20120410-01

Texas Veterans Commission Launches Veteran Entrepreneur and Business Development Program

AUSTIN – The Texas Veterans Commission announced today the creation of the “Texas Veteran Entrepreneur and Business Development Program,” a Texas Veterans Commission program to promote Veteran business ownership and connect Veterans with the necessary resources for the successful launch, operation and growth of their business.

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Iraq Combat Veteran Delivers Pizza During Two-Year Job Search

Iraq Combat Veteran Delivers Pizza During Two-Year Job Search
2012-04-05 04:00:02.1 GMT
By David Lerman

April 5 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. Army Private Brandon Click was driving a 68-ton Abrams tank in Iraq on March 25, 2008, when a roadside bomb melted his eyelashes and peppered the left side of his body with shrapnel.

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