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Homelessness and medical issues are also ...
Homelessness and medical issues are also very important.' Richard J. DeLorge, Norwich
Such efforts were applauded by Bill Hornok, of Stonington, who is Connecticut VFW's statewide commander, and Richard J. DeLorge, commander of the Norwich VFW.
Dime Bank - Dime News
Richard A. Delorge, event coordinator and past commander of the Norwich VFW said, "The Dime Bank Blue Crew was a pleasure to work with.
They were the only group who volunteered to assist with this event, and they all were true professionals.
We received wonderful comments from all of our guests."
A retired Marine and Norwich police officer, Delorge is the community activity director for the VFW.
leadership, the Norwich auxiliary has earned the title of national champion for community activity by the United States Veterans of Foreign Wars organization
The VFW initially wrote to ...
The VFW initially wrote to Desaulniers in October seeking permission to use the green, former VFW Commander Richard DeLorge told the Ethics Commission.
Desaulniers referred him to the Public Works and Police departments, DeLorge said.
Norwich Bulletin - www.norwichbulletin.com - Norwich, Conn.
Richard DeLorge, chairman of the VFW's building committee, said the group looked at 124 sites in Norwich and no others were feasible.
said the Sharpe office site will be ideal for the group's planned facility, set to include community space and banquet facilities and offer job training, education, family programs and possibly a free veterans' health clinic.He
said the space will be renovated to suit the VFW's
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Richard DeLorge, community activities chairman for the VFW, said the long and frustrating search represented the group's "hardship," a reason the group should be allowed to move into the office building.
After the vote, DeLorge
said the VFW's
entire investment in purchasing and renovating the new building would be about $600,000.He
hopes the club can move in by March.