Christmas Cards to Benefit CIVOC

Christmas Cards to benefit Cape and Islands Veterans Outreach Center

Title: The Warmth of Home by Copley Master Artist Marieluise Hutchinson

Inside Message: “May kindness given and received bring you peace and joy beyond measure.”

Box of 15 Cards/ 15 Envelopes – $15.00

2121 Collectors Tile –  $60.00

Email: maryrose@capeveterans.com 

Visit one of our business partners Cape locations and support Cape and Islands Veterans Outreach Center with your Christmas card purchase:

Washashore Bakery

Historical Society of Santuit and Cotuit

The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod

Oyster Island Emporium

Robin’s Toffee by the Sea

Yarmouth Wine & Spirits

Yarmouth Port Library

Jack’s Outback II

The Lighthouse Keeper’s Pantry

Agway of Cape Cod

Dennis Memorial Library

Scout Vintage – Cape Cod

Stage Stop Candy

Chatham Fine Art

By-the-Bay Designs

Tree’s Place Cove Gallery

Ragg Time LTD

The Whippletree

Military Guest Authors Virtual Talk

Two Military Guest Authors will virtually speak Thursday, August 19 at 3:30pm  


George Wallace

George Wallace will be joining us via Zoom to speak about submarine operations. He will also share stories about the filming of Hunter Killer with Gerard Butler. Born and raised in Eastern Ohio, Commander Wallace received his commission in the US Navy and a degree in engineering from The Ohio State University. After the obligatory and memorable interview with Admiral Rickover, he was accepted into the nuclear power and submarine communities. He served on two of Admiral Rickover’s famous “Forty One for Freedom”, the USS John Adams SSBN 620 and the USS Woodrow Wilson SSBN 624, during which time he made nine one-hundred-day deterrents patrols through the height of the Cold War. To learn more about George Wallace, click here.


William Craig Reed

William Craig Reed will be joining us via zoom to speak about Putin’s plan and the current geopolitical climate regarding the Arctic and open sea lanes. William Craig Reed is the author of several award-winning non-fiction books including Spies of the Deep (Post Hill Press, 2020), The Seven Secrets of Neuron-Leadership (Wiley, 2017), and the critically acclaimed Red November (HarperCollins, 2010). He earned commendations for completing secret missions during the Cold War, some in concert with SEAL Team 1, and is one of only a few authors invited by the U.S. Navy to observe Ice Exercise (ICEX) submarine operations in the Arctic and submerge beneath the ice. Reed is an alumnus or member of numerous military, veteran, and technology associations, allowing him to reach an audience of millions. To learn more about William Craig Reed, click here.

 

For questions contact Gwen at gerrhalt@willowbendcapecod.com

The Military Guest Authors Virtual Talk can be accessed here via Zoom on Thursday – https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87897928194?pwd=Y2pKcjhDWHBSY0xzZDdIVHFYengvZz09

Salute to the Military Dinner and Dance at Willowbend

CANCELED – Thank you for your interest in Willowbend Solutes the Military. We have been closely monitoring the situation with COVID-19, and after much consideration, we have made the decision to cancel. Take care of yourselves and we hope to be able to honor and celebrate together again soon.

2019 TGC for the Troops Golf Tournament Raises $52,902!

THANK YOU!

Cape & Islands Veterans Outreach Center in Hyannis would like to thank all of the generous tournament sponsors, local vendors, and individual supporters for a most successful 2019 TGC for the Troops Tournament which raised $52,902!

The tournament was hosted and run by the Sacconnesset Golf Club in East Falmouth.  Proceeds from this year’s tournament will help fund the building of the Dennis Veterans House, consisting of five bedrooms and five bathrooms which will become a home for five homeless veterans.

The Sacconnesset Golf Club has established a legacy of giving within the community and is well known for its philanthropic endeavors in several other areas in addition to veteran causes.  The TGC for the Troops Fund has been a fundamental source of support for veterans and their families all over Cape Cod raising $410,000 in the past 11 years.