Rebecca Bradley: An Exhibitor at 2013 Lafayette County Juneteenth Celebration

The Missouri Veterans Commission’s Minority Veterans Coordinator, Rebecca Bradley, is delighted to participate in the 2013 Lafayette County Juneteenth Celebration. This event will be held on Saturday, June 15, 2013 at the Fairground Park in Higginsville, MO from 10 am to 6 pm. An Army Veteran, Ms. Bradley will have a booth with information regarding federal and state benefits available to Veterans, Active Duty Military, and their dependents. Her booth will be located at the 4-H building in the park . Exhibits close by 4 pm..

Federal benefits include service-connected disability compensation, non-service connected pension benefits, VA Medical benefits, education and training benefits, home loan information, transitional assistance for newly returned Veterans and more.

State benefits include Veterans Service Officer assistance in applying for benefits, information on burial in a State Veterans Cemetery, information on Missouri’s State Veterans Homes, and programs designed to assist Women Veterans, Incarcerated Veterans and Veterans with unique problems and concerns.

Ms. Bradley encourages all Veterans in the area to attend this event, visit her booth to determine eligibility and submit an informal claim.

Rebecca Bradley may be contacted at (816) 889-3081, 615 E. 13th St. Kansas City, MO 64106.

Hope to see you there!

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