Established:  8 March 2007


Current Events

  • Flowers    
    Where:     Berkner Hall
    Time:     11:00 am - 2:00 pm

    Back by popular demand are our sought after "Patio Pots" that everyone RAVED about last year.  Come early to be sure to get yours!

    A BEAUTIFUL assortment of flowers will be available for purchasing:
    Petunias, Geraniums, Begonias, Impatiens, Gerbera Daisies, Patio Pots, Hanging Baskets

    Please help support our troops   Click here to view flyer
  • Changing Lives, Building Futures
    If you are a Long Island veteran and looking for a job in the high demand "green industry", VetsBuild can help by providing training, job counseling and job placement at no cost to you! Hurry, training classes for the 2016 Winter session start January 25th!
    Click here for more information about this program

  • This program provides veterans and their families with employment assistance and referrals. It includes classroom training, resume preparation assistance, training opportunities, etc. Learn about this program.

    For information on the United Veterans Beacon House and other assistance programs they provide, please click here.

  • cellphones  Cell Phones for Soldiers Recycling Program
    Please send your old/used cell phone to Joanne Delles, Bldg 400A. FREE calling cards are being sent to our adopted platoon and to BNL family members. Each individual has been receiving calling cards with 60 free minutes. The old/used cell phones are recycled and funds used towards the calling cards.  Learn more about this program
  • Passing the Hat for the Troops!  A group in Portsmouth, NH does this and we thought it would be nice for us to do for the platoon we are supporting. The idea is to knit or crochet helmet liners using wool because it is warmer, safer and less flammable. Dark colors like green, brown, navy are good so that the caps blend in with uniforms and dark clothing.  If you know how to knit or crochet and would like to make a helmet liner to donate to our platoon, click here for instructions.

  • The information provided here comes from the National Adopt-a-Platoon organization. If you are interested in adopting a solider on your own, please keep reading.

  • Click here to view The Gratitude Campaign.





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Last Modified: April 12, 2016
Please forward all questions about this site to: Don Farnam