Clarion University-Venango Veterans Club recognized for service

May 21, 2018

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Pictured from left to right:  Veteran Club advisors Dalyann Fuller and Mark Conrad, Veteran’s Club President Jay Stull and his wife Brenda Stouffer.  

OIL CITY, PA—Clarion University’s Venango campus Veterans Club was honored once again by the Oil City Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center on Tuesday April 17th, and by the Oakwood Heights Presbyterian Home on Wednesday April 18th. This is the second time they have been recognized by the Oil City Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center and the eighth appreciation certificate and dinner that the Oakwood Heights has presented to the Venango Veterans Club for their service to the elderly Veterans in the community.

The Venango Campus Veterans Club’s primary mission is that of community service.  Annually they collect donations and support for the local humane society, they plan and host the annual Flags for the Fallen event at the Venango campus to recognize Commonwealth soldiers who have lost their lives in battle, and in Fall 2017 they collected 2,581 can tabs to support homeless Veterans.  The club takes pride in their efforts with local Veteran outreach.  They visit Veterans each year with Veterans Day cards, Easter lilies, and an assortment of Christmas gifts. They partner with local elementary schools to assist in making cards for all the Veterans.

Last Updated 5/21/18