Veterans service officer to be available to local veterans

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During the day on March 4th, from 9 am to 1 pm at the VFW Hall in Trenton, a veterans officer will be present  to help with any VA paperwork you may have.

All veterans are asked to bring all VA paperwork in their possession, as well as military separation paperwork.  Active Military are always welcome to attend and ask questions and get help.

Veteran center councilor will be present from 10 am till everyone is seen providing free confidential  help to, veterans and family of active military as well as any Veterans that may need counseling. Topics discussed are stress management, PTSD, marriage counseling and much more. All sessions are strictly confidential and no information about who attends is ever given to anyone.

Another session will be held March 7th from 9 to 1pm at Trenton Hy-Vee . A Veterans Service officer will be present  to help with any VA paperwork you may have.

As a reminder there is a VA shuttle available that leaves from Trenton as needed.  To schedule a ride call  660-359-2078. It is asked you call as soon as you get a appointment as rides are first come first served.  You will need to leave your full name, last four, phone number,  date and time of appointments,  and number of riders. If you don’t get a confirmation call please call back.

A $10.00 fee will charged for each direction on the shuttle or a total not to exceed  $20.00. Donations are welcome,  and appreciated.

NO VETERAN WILL BE TURNED AWAY FOR INABILITY TO PAY.  All monies collected help pay the drivers for their time.

The organization is in need of people who would like to help as VA drivers. Needed are shuttle drivers, and people who could drive the elderly to appointments in the veterans vehicle. All drivers must pass a physical, and background check.

A Veterans service officer is located in Trenton Missouri full time Monday through Friday. 9am to 5 pm by calling 660-359-2078. All help is free of charge
and provided through donations from the local community. All donations are tax deductible and a receipt is available upon request.

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Randall Mann

Randall has been with KTTN/KGOZ for almost 20 years. He is the current Engineer for all of the stations, as well as working "on-air" from 6 to 10, am in the morning. Randall does a bit of everything including producing advertisements as well as writing the occasional news article. Randall is also the current Webmaster for the studio as well as the local graphic artist.

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