June 2015 | Volume 001 | Issue 007
Clear Path for Veterans is pleased to be entering the strawberry season. Our U-pick strawberry fields are bursting with berries and we need pickers to help collect the harvest. Our strawberries begin in our fields and make their way to local restaurants and markets and support our Culinary programs. Come out under the summer sun and bring the family- there’s no better way to give back than to collect berries in support of our local Veteran community.
U-Pick begins June 8th and runs until July 15th. Monday through Friday 8:00 am- 6:00 pm and weekends from 8:00 am- 4:00 pm. $3 for a quart and $5 for pre-picked quarts.
Home for the Brave
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Friday, June 26th at 12PM
Please RSVP by June 19th
687-3300 or ClearPathforVeterans@gmail.com
watch fire REcap
Earl Fontenot, Melissa Spicer, and Terry Finley are with retired Col Leo Thorsness, Vietnam Veteran and Medal of Honor recipient, at the Americas Warrior Partnership conference in Augusta, Georgia.
Miss-A-Meal was held on Thursday, April 23, 2015 with 1,163 participants contributing $3,779.75.
In the photo: (L) Shelby Gallaro, Student Association Representative; (C) Terri Scanlin, Clear Path for Veterans Director of Fund Development; (R) Craig Traub, SUNY Oswego Resident Dining Services.
Clear Path for Veterans was honored to help organize this years' Memorial Day Watch Fire that was held at the NYS Fairgrounds on May 24th. Thousands of people gathered for a symbolic and amazing event! Click here to read the recap from Syracuse.com.
art in progress
volunteers give cp a sprucing
Thank you Excellus BCBS and BNY Mellon! Volunteers from these organizations gardened and mulched on a couple of chilly days at our facility. Our entry is now in full-bloom and ready for summer.
Keep an eye out for new murals going up in the dog training area. Thanks Lee Cooper & Rachael Breckinridge for helping us out!
Recognizing the responsibility of communities to help those who serve, Clear Path for Veterans empowers service members, veterans, and their families through supportive programs and services in a safe, respectful environment.
We are a community based non profit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2011 in rural upstate New York. Our mission revolves around connecting our Veterans to their communities through wellness, peer support, community outreach and education. We do this by accepting our role and responsibility in caring for those who’ve served. Founded on principles and values of traditional warrior culture, Clear Path’s model of reintegration mirrors traditions hundreds of years old.
www.ClearPath4Vets.com | 1223 Salt Springs Road, Chittenango, NY | 315-687-3300