St. Mary’s Commissioners Pledge to “Forget Me Not”

The St. Mary’s County Commissioners have partnered with Chapter 26 of the Disabled American Veterans to publicize the organization’s annual “Forget Me Not” campaign.

According to a county press release,

The Disabled American Veterans has chosen the month of September for its annual Forget-Me Not campaign. The organization has announced all money contributed will be utilized for disabled veterans in St. Mary’s County.

“The Disabled American Veterans works for the welfare of our disabled veterans and their families by offering a free service of filing claims for government benefits and assisting with job, hospital, employment and other issues,” said Commissioner John O’Connor (3rd District).“Chapter 26 of the Disabled American Veterans was established to help disabled veterans in St. Mary’s County.”

In recognition of their efforts, the commissioners have proclaimed September 2017 Disabled American Veterans’ Forget-Me-Not month and urge citizens, interested groups and organizations to support this worthy occasion.

photo courtesy: St. Mary’s County Public Information Office

Read the full press release for more information.