ACROSS OUR COMMUNITIES
Pizza Hut offering veterans free meal
SALEM-Veterans will receive a free lunch buffet at Pizza Hut on Monday. Hours vary but most buffets will be ready to accommodate between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Find participating locations by logging onto InnerCrust.com. If the local Pizza Hut does not have a buffet, veterans can choose a Lunch4Less meal deal.
Leetonia to hold Veteran Service
LEETONIA – A Veteran Service will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at Oakdale Cemetery honoring Private Ralph E. Dias and those who served or are serving in the military. Dias is a posthumous Medal of Honor recipient after being killed in action with the U.S. Marine Corps on Nov. 12, 1969 in which he sacrificed his life to destroy an enemy machine gun bunker.
Monday Gordmans proceeds benefit veterans program
SALEM-This Veterans Day, connect military members and veterans with loving pets by shopping at Gordmans. All Gordmans stores will donate 5 percent of the Nov. 11 Veterans Day sales, up to $50,000, to Pets for Patriots.
Pets for Patriots gives the gifts of fidelity, joy and love to veterans and service members through companion animal adoption. The national nonprofit helps veterans at all stages of their careers adopt the most overlooked dogs and cats, offering them a second chance at life through adoption. Gordmans invites guests to help honor military heroes who keep our nation safe. Pets for Patriots partners with military and veteran organizations, U.S. shelter and veterinary networks, and the public to honor the lives of the most vulnerable and heroic among us.
When Gordmans guests shop on Veterans Day, Pets for Patriots can help ensure veterans find, adopt and afford lifetime care for their adopted pets. Donations allow Pets for Patriots to provide ‘welcome home’ contributions for each adoption, and follow up with every veteran who adopts for at least one year. In addition, the nonprofit procures exclusive discounts to help veterans in the program save money on pet health insurance, medication, pet food, treats and supplies, all while giving access to quality, affordable pet care from veterinary partners in the communities they serve.