Thank you Ft Campbell Girl Scout Troop 783 for the flower boxes. Can’t wait to see all the blooms!

Thanks to American States Utility Services for their donation of $10,000 from proceeds from a golf tournament in support of the Fort Bragg Fisher House. On 2 November 2017, Old North Utility Services (ONUS) a subsidiary of American States Utility Services held our 4th annual Fort Bragg Fisher House charity golf tournament at Gates Four Country Club. All proceeds from the event were given to Fisher House on Friday with a grand amount of $10,000.00. They had over 12 sponsoring organizations and more than 50 players. Sponsors were able to enjoy an 18-hole round of golf, lunch was served, prizes were given, and raffles were drawn for prizes. This year, they were pleased to sponsor a team of veterans and wounded warriors to play in this event. Be on the lookout for this year’s event, tentatively scheduled for early Nov 2018. Start hitting a bucket of balls now to prepare.

For outstanding support to the Fort Gordon Casualty Assistance Office. Your professionalism, courteous service and timely support to the Casualty Office are greatly appreciated and reflects very positively on yourself and United States Army. – Presented on February 22,2018 – by Marily Norris, Casualty Assistance/POB Team Lead

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FORT CAMPBELL, KY, UNITED STATES
10.13.2017
Photo by Maria Christina Yager
Blanchfield Army Community Hospital

Volunteer Scott Snyder presents a custom-made rocking horse to the Fort Campbell Fisher House Oct. 13 in honor of former Rakkasan, Sgt. 1st Class Tony Knier, who was killed in Iraq in 2006. Soldiers from the Iron Rakkasans, BACH, and family friends joined Knier’s mother at the presentation ceremony honoring her son. Knier served at Fort Campbell in 1997 with 3rd Battalion, 187th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division – “Iron Rakkasans”. U.S. Army Photo by Maria Yager.

Landstuhl Fisher House — feeling proud – 💕April is the Month of the Military Child💕

We would like to take a moment and recognize all the amazing children from our community who have contributed to our mission. These amazing children have organized donation drives, sold cookies, participated in fundraisers and asked for donations in lieu of birthday gifts…just to name a few acts of charity.

We are always so touched and encouraged when children understand the importance of being part of something bigger than themselves. From all of us and the families you’ve helped THANK YOU! We personally think the future looks very promising.

Big Mahalo to the Divine Community Outreach Ministry who provides delicious breakfast every 2nd Saturday of every month for the past 7 years! Our residents appreciate the home cook meal at Tripler Fisher House, thank you again! 💞🌺 – Tripler Fisher House

🐤💐 Thank you Daisy Troop 700 for delivering candy stuffed Easter Eggs this week! These very generous little girls donated two baskets of goodies for our residents to share! 🐤💐 – Landstuhl, Germany

Community Cares Director, COL (Retired) John Vigna, stopped by the Fisher House on April 12, 2017 and presented Easter Baskets to the Cleveland Family (FH Family). See attached pictures left to right Mr. John Vigna, Corinna Cleveland, Hunter Cleveland (11-year old) and SSG Herbert Cleveland.

This year it was a team effort…we teamed up with the WTB and SFAC, along with support from Hormel, and hosted approximately 50 people for lunch, caricatures, and pictures with Peter Cottontail. Oh, and set 23 kids loose on the lawn for an egg hunt – Fort Campbell, KY

Cartoonist, Bruce Higdon, receiving a Certificate of Appreciation & unit coin from the WTB XO. Bruce is not only a professional cartoonist, but a retired Army officer who often travels with the USO doing caricatures for troops around the globe. We are truly blessed to call him one of our angels! – Fort Campbell Fisher House