Fundraiser benefits Shepherd’s SHARE Military Init...
by Nicole Dow
02:16 PM, Friday, July 11
Since 2008, Shepherd Center’s SHARE Military Initiative has supported roughly 200 armed forces personnel who have experienced brain injuries and post-traumatic stress disorder from service in Afghanistan and Iraq, said Jon Roxland, senior major an...

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