126th Army Band Commander, Chief Kimberly Ferrante and other news-makers discuss the latest COVID-19 information and election-related news on this full edition of the Oakland County Megacast!
West Bloomfield Fire Department Chief, Greg Flynn, talks about the role of veterans in our community, including emergency services, and how the call to protect others that first responders take is similar to the same call to service that those who serve in our military have to protect their communities and our country.
Keego Harbor Chief of Police, John Fitzgerald, discusses how service to our country has helped prepare many veterans to serve their communities in the police force, as well as how skills in leadership, teamwork and more that are learned in the military translate to protecting the people of our local area.
Carmen Johnson, Co-Founder and Former President of Blue Star Mothers of America, talks about her loved ones’ history of serving our nation in the armed forces, the common misconceptions of what it means to serve our country, and tells us more about Blue Star Mothers of America.
Ann Jones, Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at Michigan Schools and Government Credit Union, discusses the credit union’s long history of giving back to the community, including providing support to veterans organizations such as the Veterans Community Action Team.
Chief Kimberly Ferrante, Commander of the 126th Army Band, joins the program to talk about support for the band, recent support for Operation COVID Hammer, their support for testing sites, and much more!
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