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Dickey’s BBQ Anniversary Deal

Join Dickey’s BBQ for their customer appreciation day tomorrow, Tuesday Oct 19th to mark it’s 69th Anniversary! Get yourself a Big Barbecue Pulled Pork sandwich for only $1 (limit 2)

FREEBIE for Teachers: Take a Veteran to School Day Wristbands

Veteran’s Day is on November 11th and teachers can get a jump start on celebrating our national heroes. The History Channel in conjunction with Veterans.com is offering 30 FREE wristbands. You’ll want to get your orders in early before they run out, plus you need time to get them in good old snail mail! Support the vets!


Take a Veteran to School Day is a national program developed by the HISTORY Channel to link veterans with students. Schools and communities invite veterans of all backgrounds to share their stories and receive thanks for their years of service. Teachers, register your Take a Vet to School Day event today and we’ll send you 30 free Take a Veteran to School Day wristbands while supplies last. Click here to register!


Launched in 2007, thousands of schools nationwide have participated in Take a Veteran to School Day. From single class visits to all-school assemblies, these events provide a way for students to learn more about the history of Veterans Day and about the experiences of veterans from all backgrounds and walks of life. Inviting veterans to share their stories connects generations while helping our young people learn about the past. View and download the resources on this site to get started organizing your event! The How-To Guide in the Teacher Resources section is a great starting point. Questions? Email us at veterans@aetn.com.

Remember 9/11 on it’s 9th Anniversary

Can you believe that we will commemorate on Saturday, September 11th the nine-year anniversary of 9/11? While politicians and pundits continue to argue about the “Ground Zero Mosque,” New Yorkers will come together to honor and remember the victims of September 11th at various events in Manhattan and around the nation. Please remember all those who lost or gave their lives on that tragic day. And let’s celebrate the survivors, the armed forces, and the victim’s families.

Happy Birthday to Me!

Independence Day

Have a Safe & Happy Fourth of July!

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