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PBYR - We're Ready to Help copy 1In 2015 PBYR received IRS certification as a non-profit 501c3 corporation in Minnesota.

Please be assured that PBYR is totally operated by unpaid board directors, board officers and volunteers. PBYR partners include the City of Plymouth, Heinzen-Ditter VFW, Plymouth Lions, Plymouth Home Depot, Plymouth Holiday Station, and Prudential. All donations to PBYR are tax deductible. Please consider PBYR in your charitable giving and estate planning.

Donations can be made out to: Plymouth Beyond the Yellow Ribbon c/o Heinzen –Ditter VFW, 19020 Hamel Rd, Plymouth, MN 55446.

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Donations can also be made through Thrivent Choice®.

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PBYR welcomes all offers to volunteer or partner.  Please email Gary.Goldetsky@oncallstaffing.com or telephone (612-716-2189), and note that for certain assignments a criminal background check will need to be completed prior to deployment.

Gary Goldetsky, Psy.D, LP, President, Plymouth Beyond the Yellow Ribbon

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Plymouth Memorial Day Event on May 24

 

The Hamel VFW, the City of Plymouth and PBYR are very pleased with the cooperation from all partnering organizations to make this happen. It is great to see the cooperation displayed in such a quality program!

This year we will have community participation which includes the VFW, Armstrong High School, Wayzata High School, Plymouth Police Explorers, a Military Chaplain and an excellent and highly qualified speaker.  Please try to attend.

Plymouth Lions donate $5,000 to PBYR

In May 2019, The Plymouth Lions donated $5,000 to PBYR.  The Plymouth Lion’s trust and support has been critical to PBYR’s success since 2012.  Clearly, without their support and trust,  PBYR could not have done all the positive and helpful projects to date.  We sincerely thank the Plymouth Lions and appreciate their efforts to help and improve our community.

PBYR’s most recent project was a $10,000 grant to the Heinzen-Ditter VFW that was used to help bring their restrooms up to the American Disability Act (ADA) requirements.  The Veterans that come to the VFW are often elderly and many have disabilities, mobility problems and service related injuries that impact their easy use of the restrooms, hence this project will serve Veterans for many years in the future in a very helpful and positive way. Hug a Plymouth Lion!

Gary Goldetsky, Psy.D, LP, President, Plymouth Beyond the Yellow Ribbon

Young Lives, BIG Stories Contest

Young Lives, BIG Stories Contest

Who: Contest is open to Active Duty Army, Army National Guard, Army Reserve, Army Spouse or U.S. Army Retiree children preschool through twelfth grade.

What:Tell us what it means to be a military child through a drawing (ages 3 – 3rd grade) or essay (4th-12th grade).

When: Now thru April 30th

For more info and to enter visit: https://www.armymwr.com/programs-and-services/family-assist/month-military-child/young-lives-big-stories/ylbs-faq

HAMEL VFW DINNER & DANCE APRIL 20TH 

HAMEL VFW DINNER & DANCE APRIL 20TH

The Hamel VFW is hosting a “Dinner & Dance Night” this Saturday, April 20th. Food 5-8:00 with music by The Arcades from 7-10:30. Stop in for dinner and enjoy fun night. I’m looking forward to seeing everyone again. It’s been way too long!  Please call for reservations if you have a large group.


Jim Heimerl (651) 261-3111

Good News is all around us, we just have to pay attention

Good news in this time era is always helpful to one’s spirit!  The attached video on CCX Media highlights the Hamel VFW’s recent project to renovate their restrooms and make them ADA compliant.  PBYR is delighted to have been able to help in this project!

Gary Goldetsky, Psy.D, LP, President, Plymouth Beyond the Yellow Ribbon

 

HAMEL VFW GETS BATHROOM MAKEOVER