The History of Veterans Day

Happy Veterans Day. Thank you to all who served.

According to Though the Treaty of Versailles was signed on June 28, 1919, November 11 remained in the public imagination as the date that marked the end of the Great War. In November 1918, U.S. President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed November 11 as the first commemoration of Armistice Day. The … Continue reading

Team Valor Post-Race Report

Team Valor’s Mission: We are veterans that want people to know there are veterans out there that want to give back to the community. For the past several years I have been trying link local vets with fitness opportunities. In my opinion a lot of men and women get out of … Continue reading

Turra Gorman: Moms4Vets

My name is Turra Gorman and I have a story to tell. My son, Dustin Szarell is a veteran of the US Army, having served in Iraq and South Korea. When Dustin completed his tour of duty, he returned home to celebration and several medals but a very difficult transition to civilian … Continue reading

Greetings Supporters!

Greetings Supporters! As we kick off the New Year we wanted to reflect on our 2013. It’s been an amazing year thanks to the support of generous partners, sponsors and countless volunteers all who help support our American heroes–our veterans. As Pedal For Heroes entered into its second year of existence … Continue reading

A Second last RAAM post:

I am planning on doing a full write up on this experience but I won’t get to it until after the weekend. I will post a link to it if you feel like reading it feel free. Anyways, things got a little hectic there at the end so I really … Continue reading

Race Report, Day 13: Finish Line in Annapolis!

All night Cassie had pushed hard toward the finish and she had passed through Gettysburg, Hanover and then wound through the small towns in Maryland. All members of the crew joined to help bring Cassie in and they marked the complicate turns and morning traffic. At one point a good … Continue reading