November 21, 2016

“Mission Continues” at Otter Point

Over the weekend, about 15 veterans and civilians traveled from as far away as Eugene and Seattle to slog through the muck for several hours at Otter Point in the Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, planting spruce and shrubs to improve salmon habitat.

The volunteers were deployed for the day by Seattle’s 1st Service Platoon from nonprofit The Mission Continues, which connects veterans, friends and family with community service projects around the country.

Leading the group

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National Veteran organization chapter comes to Southeastern Washington

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River trip brings together veterans

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Work camp ideal for veterans therapy program

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New group connecting vets with wellness, community

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Divide Camp veteran personifies triumph over adversity

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34 U.S. Veterans to participate in 2016 Paralympic Games