9/11 Tribute Dinner Registration is now CLOSED

The 12th Annual Thanks To Yanks 9/11 Tribute Dinner registration is now CLOSED. Thank you to our sponsors and donors for making this event possible. If you wish to be on the Dinner’s waiting list, email info@thankstoyanks.org with the number of requested seats, organization/branch of service and best contact info.

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Magic Show VA Hospital

Thanks To Yanks recently hosted a successful magic show by Tommy James, who volunteered his time at the Bedford VA Hospital. We treated all guests with an ice cream sundae bar.

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August 2018 E-Newsletter

View this email in your browser Reservations close August 31st, 2018. All present and past military service members, emergency response personnel and families are cordially invited to a special tribute dinner to recognize your sacrifices and to honor and remember the heroes and victims of 9/11/01. This non-political free dinner

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July 2018 E-Newsletter

View this email in your browser All present and past military service members and families and emergency response personnel are cordially invited to a special tribute dinner to recognize your sacrifices and to honor and remember the heroes and victims of 9/11/01. This non-political free dinner is our gift to

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Summer Care Packages

Recently, Michael Shain the founder of Thanks To Yanks, was able to package and ship  care packages to our deployed troops. The contents of these packages was able to supply a taste of home to over 1,000 of our deployed men and women.   As one of our missions, Thanks

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Painting the imaginations

Dolphins have a streamlined fusiform body, adapted for fast swimming. The tail fin, called the fluke, is used for propulsion while the pectoral fins, together with the entire tail section, provide directional control. The dorsal fin, in those species that have one, provides stability while swimming. Though varying by species,

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Potter working a piece of clay

Dolphins have a streamlined fusiform body, adapted for fast swimming. The tail fin, called the fluke, is used for propulsion while the pectoral fins, together with the entire tail section, provide directional control. The dorsal fin, in those species that have one, provides stability while swimming. Though varying by species,

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Painting the imaginations

Dolphins have a streamlined fusiform body, adapted for fast swimming. The tail fin, called the fluke, is used for propulsion while the pectoral fins, together with the entire tail section, provide directional control. The dorsal fin, in those species that have one, provides stability while swimming. Though varying by species,

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