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Ocean Graphics - PeaseGreeters.org website was created by Linda Roughsedge of Ocean Graphics. Need a website or marketing materials? Call Linda at (603) 918-9970 to discuss your web presence needs.

http://www.cellphonesforsoldiers.com - Cell Phones for Soldiers donated 5,000 prepaid phone cards to Pease Greeters to be distributed to outbound troops.

The Maine Troop Greeters - Bangor MaineWe are a non-profit group of veterans and men and women supporting our armed forces serving overseas by greeting troops who arrive at Bangor International Airport.  (Note: The Pease Greeters and The Maine Troop Greeters serve the same purpose but are not affiliated).

Veterans and Mesothelioma
- Helping veterans with mesothelioma, please contact us for additional support.

www.nh.ngb.army.mil

www.freedomisnotfree.com
Aiding wounded troops, their families and the families of the fatally wounded.

soldiersangels.org
Soldiers' Angels mission is to provide aide and comfort to the men and women of the United States Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force and the Coast Guard and their amazing families

www.ustroopcarepackage.com
US Troop Care Package was found on March 19, 2003, the beginning of Operation Iraqi Freedom and relies 100 per cent on volunteers donated items and financial aid to send care packages to our troops.

freeportflagladies.com

A Soldiers Blog   
(soldier blogs) have been able to touch the hearts of countless Americans with the messages that sbloggers have to share. It has enabled the home front to connect with real soldiers who are serving their country and have become links in the chain of history as defenders of freedom. Sbloggers have been able to document the fierce struggles they face on a daily basis in Iraq and Afghanistan. Others allow you to follow the trials and emotions a reservist goes through when they are being mobilized and readied for war.

American Legion Of New Hampshire

Faces of Strength
You’re about to meet some everyday heroes. They might be your sons and daughters, spouses, parents, neighbors, friends or total strangers, but each one has always answered his or her Country’s call with selfless service and undaunted courage. Some are Soldiers, some are family members, some are community volunteers – we celebrate them all, and invite you to look into their eyes as you read their stories. You may not remember their names, but you will never forget these “Faces of Strength.”

Homes For Our Troops:
Building specially adapted homes for our severely injured soldiers.

Run For The Fallen (Maine)
Run for the Fallen Maine is an organization dedicated to keeping alive the memory of our military heroes that gave their lives to protect our freedom since September 11, 2001.  John Mixon, Director.

Operation Homefront - New England
Operation Homefront provides emergency and morale assistance for our troops, the families they leave behind, and for wounded warriors when they return home. A nonprofit 501(c)(3), Operation Homefront leads more than 4,500 volunteers in 30 chapters nationwide and has met more than 105,000 needs of military families.

Adopt A US Soldier
Adopt A US Soldier is a volunteer-based organization that connects supportive Americans with deployed soldiers and offers a channel by which to communicate encouragement and express gratitude to the brave men and women serving our nation.

New Castle Post
Want the latest news and happening in the neighboring community of New Castle, NH then New Castle Post is the place for you.  Created by Bill "Pappou" Drew, a New Castle resident, his site is full of New Castle events, history, personal stories and more.

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