News Maker Skip Rogers on making a happy holiday for Military Families

The economy is affecting everyone including our Military Families especially with the threat of a government shutdown.

Able Forces Foundation is looking to ensure that Military Families have what they need during the holidays and more.

We spoke to Skip Rogers of Able Forces Foundation about the Adopt A Warrior program in our latest news maker.

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Skip tells us how Able Forces Foundation can help during Christmas, Thanksgiving and beyond as well.

He also tells us how we can help in the effort.

Skip also has information on how to get a Military Family some relief if you know that they are in need of help and support.

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News Maker Skip Rogers on Able Forces Christmas Campaign

The nonprofit Able Forces looks to provide Military families with a brighter Christmas.

We spoke to Able Forces Founder and Executive Director Skip Rogers about the effort in our latest news maker.

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Skip tells us how the effort helps to provide Christmas gifts, food and even trees to Military families in need.

He also tells us how families are vetted for his program of giving.

Skip also tells us how we can help and how to submit a family in need.

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News Maker Skip Rogers on Able Forces Christmas

The nonprofit Able Forces looks to provide Military families with a brighter Christmas.

We spoke to Able Forces Founder and Executive Director Skip Rogers about the effort in our latest news maker.

News makers are brought to you by Warren County Together We are Community .

Skip tells us how the effort helps to provide Christmas gifts, food and even trees to Military families in need.

He also tells us how families are vetted for his program of giving.

Skip also tells us how we can help and how to submit a family in need.

For more news from across the Shenandoah Valley, click here.

News Maker Skip Rogers on Adopt a Warrior Family Program

Many military families dread the Holidays because it is difficult for them to create a memorable holiday for their kids.

We spoke with the Executive Director of the Able Forces Foundation Skip Rogers about how you can help in our latest News Maker.

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Skip makes us aware that there are military families that are struggling with the holidays.

Skip tells us how we can make sure these families have a good Christmas too with the Adopt a Warrior Family program.

Click here for Skip’s interview.

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News Maker Lisa Salmon on a motorcycle run to benefit Veterans

The newly formed Hogs and Patriots Foundation VA-1 chapter of Front Royal have a dice motorcycle run this Saturday.

The group and the run is open to anyone with a motorcycle who shares the groups support of military, first responders and veterans and benefits the Able Forces Foundation.

Able Forces helps veterans with any situation they face.

We spoke with the secretary of Hogs and Patriots Foundation Lisa Salmon about the organization and their motorcycle run in our latest news maker segment.

The good news is brought to you by the town of Front Royal.

Lisa explains the Hogs and Patriots Foundation.

She also tells us about this weekend’s run and Able Forces Foundation.

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