My message this month is a little different as I turn it over to Steve Hardy’s blog. Steve is the Chair of the OHT Board of Directors and the dad of Nate Hardy, one of the two Navy SEALs to whom OHT is dedicated. You’ll definitely want to read it.
Steve tells us about a story never heard and never told until now about Nate’s death – a tough one to hear some 15 years later. He talks about combat anguish and how only those who have been in combat understand.
He goes on to tell us about a wonderfully unique golf tournament in the North Country of NH, the only fundraiser OHT does. It’s organized and supported by the entire area as well as by those beyond the NH borders. It’s “home” to us with an environment of familiarity and lots of love for what OHT does. We are forever thankful to organizers, Peter Fresco and his wife, Donna, for everything they do to support our veterans. Proceeds from this tournament stay in the North Country and are allocated across many organizations that support those veterans in need.
I’ll be back next month with an update on some pretty exciting things developing at OHT. In the meantime, Fall is upon us and school is in session. It’s the busiest time of year here at OHT!
ALERT: The new Colosseum/OHT collection on Fanatics and at retail is amazing this year! I want it ALL. It should be online the beginning of October, so keep watching for it. It will sell FAST!
As always thank you for your continued support.
Donna Fresco, Stephen Hardy, Peter Fresco, Donna Hardy
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With September being National Suicide Prevention Month, OHT has been speaking out regarding the immensely high veteran suicide rate. You can watch one of our most recent posts by clicking the link below. If you feel so inclined, please feel free to share with your own network from any one of our social channels: Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter & YouTube.
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