At its July 23rd Board of Directors meeting, the Pennsylvania National Guard Associations (PNGAS) unanimously-approved and announced another 13 colleges and universities have earned the designation, PNGAS Guard-Friendly School.
The board of directors of the Pennsylvania National Guard Associations (PNGAS) approved the release of the application for PNGAS Guard Friendly High Schools. All high schools are encouraged to apply to be recognized as PNGAS Guard-Friendly High Schools. The high school designation is based on the extraordinarily successful designation for higher education, the PNGAS Guard Friendly Schools, created by the PNGAS Education Action Council, (“EAC”) chaired by Brigadier General (Retired) George Schwartz.
Members of the National Guard and Reserves activated for COVID-19 pandemic response, civil unrest and natural disasters could gain access to Department of Veterans Affairs home loans with the passage of H.R.7445|S.4176, introduced on July 1, 2020.
Accelerate Mortgage, LLC recently presented a $5,000 check to Volunteers of America Pennsylvania to assist 25 families with grocery bills and personal expenses while their loved ones are deployed overseas.
Susan and Kevin Dellicker announce the June 8th release of their Twenty-Percent Soldiers book about their life in the Army and Air Guard and announce their $1,000 donation to the Pennsylvania National Guard Foundation.
Before June 30, 2020, PNGAS is kindly asking members of the Pennsylvania Senate and Pennsylvania House of Representatives to support and vote for final passage on the following legislation: SB276 (Ward), SB1076 (Baker), SB 952 (Regan), SB 976 (Regan & Mastriano).