Monthly Archives: May 2016
Free and Discounted Chiropractic Services Via The Patriot Project
Please see the attached flyer on the Patriot Project that I offer in my Plymouth office (ChiroCenter chiropractic) for free chiropractic care for veterans. I have only had a few veterans take advantage of this so far, so I would love to be able to use my talents to help more vets and their families in the Plymouth area. Please see the attached a flyer for more info.
Call Dr. Jesse Ploessl, D.C. @ 763-559-9236 for more information
Operation Open Wide – Free Dental Care for Vets
Last year Dr. Scott Shamblott of Shamblott Family Dentistry in Hopkins created Operation Open Wide, an opportunity for his dental office to serve our veterans. Last year approximately 15 veterans were provided the dental care they needed at no charge. His entire dental practice for one day, devoted all of their care to veterans.
I have attached a flyer that provides all of the details and my contact information, and I am the person the veteran is supposed to call to be put on the first come-first served list.
Dr. Shamblott is hopeful other dentists will want to be a part of this caring service to our veterans some time during the year. If you know of any dentists you think might be interested, please pass on my contact information and I would be happy to share more details of the program.
Thank you for all you do!!
To be considered for this event, please call: Bink Semmer at 612-382-5755 or e-mail at email@example.com
PBYR and the Plymouth Lions Partner to help a veteran
On April 28, 2016 Plymouth Beyond the Yellow Ribbon (PBYR) finalized an emergency assistance project with a veteran that had experienced many life change events and financial distress. His car was unreliable and likely unsafe at any speed and needed replacement. PBYR offered a grant and a no interest loan and these were put toward a down payment on a good used car that was located by an officer of the Plymouth Lions. This will permit the veteran to travel to his job in Bloomington and transport his son safely. In this successful effort 2 Plymouth community organizations were able to partner and assist a veteran! The veteran was very happy!