Pulaski Co. Man Building Village for Vets

John Vanover is building his own retirement community, with his own money, for veterans with no place to go.

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WendyV - 11/12/2012 8:31 PM
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For those who worry where there money is going when they donate...be a part of this, watch your money work and do great things....PAY IT FORWARD :)

Brenda Keller - 11/12/2012 6:50 PM
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Was really hoping you all would do a little more in-depth story on this very worthy cause. John is truly dedicated to helping our homeless veterans. He's doing this on his own and could use some help. John is a disabled veteran himself. Please give so he can help those who have served to keep us free. We try to spread the word on facebook, but you all could do a lot more....please.
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