All Gave Some -- Some Gave All

Welcome

The Long Beach Hometown Heroes Project was a joint effort between the City of Long Beach ( former Councilwoman Gerrie Schipske) and the Long Beach Rosie the Riveter Foundation. This Project provides friends and families of Long Beach men and women who are serving or have served in the United States military the opportunity to have a banner displayed in their honor along Clark Avenue in east side Long Beach. Clark Avenue (between Carson Avenue and Spring Street) is a heavily traveled corridor and passes by Veterans Stadium and the Long Beach Rosie the Riveter Park and Interpretive Center. Banners will be hung on the light poles and a narration available by cellphone will honor these brave Long Beach men.

To launch this program, The Long Beach Rosie the Riveter Foundation is placing banners of the 15 men who have given their lives in service to our City and our country while serving in the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts. Their photographs and biographies are included in this website. You can download the form for sponsoring a banner by clicking here.

For more information on The Long Beach Hometown Heroes Project, please contact the Rosie the Riveter Foundation at info@lbrosie.com or Gerrie Schipske at schipske@gmail.com.

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Proudly riding with VA Nurses at Long Beach Veterans Parade

I was proud to invite and to ride with several Registered Nurses from the Long Beach Veterans Administration Hospital in the Saturday North Long Beach Veterans Day Parade. The group received a warm welcome from the crowd -- and they should. These dedicated people take care of the men and women who have sacrificed their health by serving our country in Iraq and Afghanistan. Thank you!


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