VetsMeetVets, VA & H2H at Cheney StadiumSaturday, August 13th, 2011 at 2:00* & 6:30 PMThe Tacoma Rainiers are teaming up with VMV, VA OEF/OIF program & Heroes To Hometownsorganizations to bring all Veterans and their families out to 'Operation Welcome Home' night.Join us for this historic special day &…See More
Hi Tee Bone,
How are you? I hope everything is ok. I am keeping busy and glad for this web site. It really helps out a lot. Do you have any hobbies? This Sunday is my mom and Step dad's birthday . They are going to Wenchee for two nights. And it is their anniversary too. Anyway hope all is well Write soon
Tee Bone, The Tacoma Brain Injury Support Group meet every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month at TACID (Tacoma Area Coalition for Individuals with Disabilities is right next to TCC on 19th) between 7-9pm. We are a large active group and usually have between 20-30 people at every meeting. Sometimes we get close to 40 :). I canceled our annual Holiday Dance/Gala for tonight due to the snow but have resceduled it for January 8th between 6-9. We also had a wonderful Christmas dinner last week before the snow came. While we have the meetings at TACID, we also do a lot of other things like attend the Puyallup Fair together, go to conference, hold events, summer picnics ect. Our other meetings might include speakers, movies or our favorite, Group Talk. It is the most wonderful group of people, i've ever had the pleasure to be involved with and I sincerely welcome you to join us. My support groups website is home.comcast.net\~tbisg if you want to learn more about our history, see pictures or read our poetry. My telephone number is listed on the webpage and feel free to give me a call. :)
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Ever since I can I remember, playing basketball was my passion. My parents divorced at a young age, and both of my parents worked multiple jobs to support my younger brother Jonathan and I. As a result we spent a lot of our childhood alone.…See More