appreciation dinner social - honoring our Military, Veterans, and first Responders.
When: November 28th 2018
Time: starts at 5:00 PM concludes at 9:30 PM
Where: Hartford Yard Goats stadium (Dunkin’ Donuts Park) 1214 Main Street in Hartford, CT.
RSVP required, please use the registration form below.
Keeping Schools, Hospitals, Businesses, and Communities safer:
Come join Will power inc at Yale university as we have subject matter expert speakers to cover the areas around active shooter, mass notification, emotional trauma and response, we Will demonstrate Yale PD’s drone, and have a case study panel discussion on recent events.
WHEN: November 26th 2018
TIME: Registration at 8:30 AM starts at 9:00 and concludes at 2:30 (includes lunch).
WHERE: Yale university public safety department’s Yale West campus (Address: 100 West Campus Drive) in Orange, CT.
Please RSVP your attendance below, you don’t want to miss the great educational and networking opportunity targeted for law enforcement and security focused professionals (those involved with emergency planning and response.
A Veteran’s Day Tribute
On November 11, 2017 we had our first Will power for veterans event. On Veteran's Day our tribute brought together our military, veterans, communities, and families to raise awareness, fundraise, and take the opportunity to honor and thank America's heroes.
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First SelectWoman of Suffield
Speech By Melissa Mack the First Selectwoman of Suffield
I am honored to speak today on Veterans Day not only in tribute to all who have served out country, but also in remembrance of William Robert Davidson. Will's fight, which began in Afghanistan but continued at home, reminds us of what Jose Narosky somberly notes, "In war, there are no un-wounded soldiers." It is with Will in our hearts and minds that I speak to the Suffield community this Veterans Day.
You have heard the startling statistics that each day in our country 20 veterans commit suicide. As a nation, we clearly are not doing our part to help returning servicemen and women transition back to civilian life. A transition that is fraught with challenges including reconnecting with family, friends and their community, finding new employments, housing and securing needed services like health care, including mental healthcare.
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