WGY6@6, Ep: 064 – #ToRememberIsNotEnough

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WGY6@6, Ep: 064 - #ToRememberIsNotEnough
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In this week’s episode, Mark and Andrea focus on other groups that have the same ideas in their mission as The People’s Patriot Project. There is a big focus on the September 11 events and memories shared. We began our live show with a video memorial to the music from Disturbed called “Sound of Silence”.  We also enjoy the music of Elliot Mackenzie and his “Star-Spangled Banner”.

 

Our guest this week is Heather Clark, Founder of ‘Merica Flex and Host of her very own podcast called “If you Drink”.  We have crossed Heather’s path often in the past. She and Mark share their Wyoming backgrounds and a passion for helping veterans and first responders. Heather started doing yoga herself. Medication was not working so she started doing yoga. It got her off the medication. She started looking at a private business until COVID. She also used her trauma experience in her Yoga. She takes others to the field, takes them through a mission, and completes that mission. All of this is shared to help get them through some traumas they are facing.

 

Our music for the evening will be provided by JT Stubbs, an All-American Patriot and loving supporter of first responders and veterans, the heroes of our country.  JT shares his message of awareness of PTSD and suicide plaguing our first responders and veterans, and calls all to stand up and support and respect the job that they do.

 

A big group of local People’s Patriot members did a little security duty for the Sara Evans Concert in Hastings MN.  It was a long day, but the camaraderie was amazing! There was another event in Leon, Kansas, that will be attached to WeP3, which is the “For the Fallen Music Festival” on September 11.  The People’s Patriot Project has some events coming up. Mark and Andrea will travel to Georgia to support Adam and Matt with Feeding the Heroes, and spend time with Bobby Henline. Then in October, they will host veteran and first responder musicians in the Twin Cities… they will play together on Friday night, the 22nd, at a fundraising event for a local LEO whose house recently burned down and Saturday, the 23rd, they will share their talents throughout the day with the Ruckers and Cornholers!

 

WE are all about making relationships and being the communication that others sometimes let slip by. Its about those who served, and we are here now to serve them.  #communityheroes with 1st Responder Conferences Shawn Thomas, Jeff Thomas, Mike Washington and Amanda Brumbaugh.

 



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