LVMAC has played an important, but sometimes under-acknowledged role, in our military veterans community since 2003. As a result, the development of local veterans support activities over the years has been dramatic. Sometimes it just takes a little networking; at other times, spearhead activities. Although focused upon the Lehigh Valley’s military, veterans, and their families, its thinking from time to time has influenced state government — and sometimes reached higher. Considering that Pennsylvania has adopted a loosely confederated veterans affairs system, that is quite an achievement.
But every nonprofit organization — especially one of our nature — requires exceptional volunteers willing to give of their talents in the service of others. At this moment, we are looking for a very special individual to help with some vital, behind-the-scenes work necessary to our taking our words into actions, a person to fill the budget and finance chair.
The flyer on the upper right provides more initial details and contact information. We use a Nominating Committee process.