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Mr. Dick Osmond owner and his wife of Pittsburgh Plating and Lamp Company in Etna, PA. were guest speakers at the event. A Vietnam Veteran offers to train and pass on his businesses to a few willing to commit themselves to the program.JPGHeroes Today 2nd Annual Homeless Veterans Dinner at Steel City Ribs
A Vietnam Veteran offers to train and pass on his businesses to a few willing to commit themselves to the program
Mr. Dick Osmond owner and his wife of Pittsburgh Plating and Lamp Company in Etna, PA. were guest speakers at the event.
DAV Chapter No.8 donated $100.00 for 10 veterans to attend the event. Attendees enjoying a well prepared meal.JPGHeroes Today's 2nd Annual Homeless Veterans Dinner
Attendees enjoying a well prepared meal
DAV Chapter No.8 donated $100.00 for 10 veterans to attend the event.
Thumbnail Attendees listen to Mr. Johnson offering his help to any who seek it.JPGHeroes Today's 2nd Annual Homeless Veterans Dinner at Steel City Ribs
Attendees listen to Mr. Johnson offering his help to any who seek it
The Backpacks were loaded with goods by Founder/CEO Mr. Johnson and the volunteers and donated by a California based non-profit organization Soldiers Angels. Backpacks donated for the event.JPGHeores Today's 2nd Annual Homeless Veterans Dinner
Backpacks donated for the event
The Backpacks were loaded with goods by Founder/CEO Mr. Johnson and the volunteers and donated by a California based non-profit organization Soldiers Angels.
Volunteer Crystal making sure everybody has what they want.  "The food and comradeship was just wonderful," said DAV Chapter No.8 Webmaster/Past 2007-2009 Commander Scott Havelka.   Crystal making sure everybodys got what they need.JPGHeroes Today's 2nd Annual Homeless Veterans Dinner
Crystal making sure everybodys got what they need
Volunteer Crystal making sure everybody has what they want.  "The food and comradeship was just wonderful," said DAV Chapter No.8 Webmaster/Past 2007-2009 Commander Scott Havelka.  
The Backpacks were donated by a selfless California based non-profit company, Soldiers Angels. Donated loaded Backpacks given out at the event.JPGHeroes Today's 2nd Annual Homeless Veterans Dinner
Donated loaded Backpacks given out at the event
The Backpacks were donated by a selfless California based non-profit company, Soldiers Angels.
DAV, Chapter No.8 donated $100.00 for the event. Enjoying a well prepared meal.JPGHeroes Today's 2nd Annual Homeless Veterans Dinner at Steel City Ribs
Enjoying a well prepared meal
DAV, Chapter No.8 donated $100.00 for the event.
Founder/CEO of Heroes Today, Frederick Johnson thanks and presents owner of Steel City Ribs, Rander Thompson with a cutlery set for his efforts and dedication in the makings of the event. Fred Johnson and Rander Thompson owner of Steel City Ribs.JPGHeroes Today's 2nd Annual Homeless Veterans Dinner
Fred Johnson and Rander Thompson owner of Steel City Ribs
Founder/CEO of Heroes Today, Frederick Johnson thanks and presents owner of Steel City Ribs, Rander Thompson with a cutlery set for his efforts and dedication in the makings of the event.
Owner of Steel City Ribs, Rander Thompson receives thank you from Fred Johnson Founder/CEO of Heroes Today. Fred Johnson thanks and presents Cutlery Set to Owner of Steel City Ribs Rander Thompson.JPGHeroes Today's 2nd Annual Homeless Veterans Dinner
Fred Johnson thanks and presents Cutlery Set to Owner of Steel City Ribs Rander Thompson
Owner of Steel City Ribs, Rander Thompson receives thank you from Fred Johnson Founder/CEO of Heroes Today.
The Cutlery Set donated by Cut Co Inc. received by owner of Steel City Ribs Rander Thompson. Fred presented this Cutlery Set to Owner of Steel City Ribs Rander Thompson donated by Cut Co. Inc.JPGHeroes Today's 2nd Annual Homeless Veterans Dinner
Fred presented this Cutlery Set to Owner of Steel City Ribs Rander Thompson donated by Cut Co. Inc
The Cutlery Set donated by Cut Co Inc. received by owner of Steel City Ribs Rander Thompson.
Thumbnail Fred presenting a cutlery set to owner of Steel City Ribs Rander Thompson.JPGHeroes Today's 2nd Annual Homeless Veterans Dinner
Fred presenting a cutlery set to owner of Steel City Ribs Rander Thompson
Mrs. Johnson volunteered and gave the "Prayer of Thanks" at the event for the meal. Fred's mom Betty lends a hand at the event.JPGHeroes Today's 2nd Annual Homeless Veterans Dinner
Fred's mom Betty lends a hand at the event
Mrs. Johnson volunteered and gave the "Prayer of Thanks" at the event for the meal.
Volunteer Tracy making sure everyone gets a Backpack loaded with goods the veterans need. Handing out of the donated loaded backpacks.JPGHeroes Today's 2nd Annual Homeless Veterans Dinner
Handing out of the donated loaded backpacks
Volunteer Tracy making sure everyone gets a Backpack loaded with goods the veterans need.
Thumbnail L to R Laurice Vance founder of Sister to Sister and Stephanie Robinson.JPGHeroes Today's 2nd Annual Homeless Veterans Dinner
L to R Laurice Vance founder of Sister to Sister and Stephanie Robinson
OEF/OIF Veteran Stephanie Robinson wins a donated signed picture of Steeler Troy Polamalu. OEF OIF Veteran Stephanie Robinson wins a donated signed picture of Steeler Troy Polamalu.JPGHeroes Today's 2nd Annual Homeless Veterans Dinner at Steel City Ribs
OEF OIF Veteran Stephanie Robinson wins a donated signed picture of Steeler Troy Polamalu
OEF/OIF Veteran Stephanie Robinson wins a donated signed picture of Steeler Troy Polamalu.
Thumbnail Some of the food for the event.JPGHeroes Today's 2nd Annual Homeless Veteran Dinner
Some of the food for the event
VA Veterans Affairs Volunteer Odies Bryant speaks at the event. VA Volunteer Driver Odies Bryant speaks at he event.JPGHeroes Today's 2nd Annual Homeless Veteran Dinner
VA Volunteer Driver Odies Bryant speaks at he event
VA Veterans Affairs Volunteer Odies Bryant speaks at the event.
Thumbnail Volunteer Crystal on right serving the drinks.JPGHeroes Today's 2nd Annual Homeless Veteran Dinner
Volunteer Crystal on right serving the drinks
Mr. George Mowod Owner of USA Karate Studio in Squirrel Hill, Pa. and his family. Volunteers at the event.JPGHeroes Today's 2nd Annual Homeless Veteran Dinner
Volunteers at the event
Mr. George Mowod Owner of USA Karate Studio in Squirrel Hill, Pa. and his family.
Sister to Sister Outreach 
P.O. Box 14542
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15234
www.sistertosisteroutreach.com 
Office: 412-623-1189 Volunteers from Sister to Sister Outreach talks of their organization.JPGHeroes Today's 2nd Annual Homeless Veteran Dinner
Volunteers from Sister to Sister Outreach talks of their organization
Sister to Sister Outreach
P.O. Box 14542
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15234
www.sistertosisteroutreach.com 
Office: 412-623-1189
Volunteers Tracy and Susan receive Letters of Appreciation from Heroes Today for their efforts in making the Homeless Veteran Dinners a success. Volunteers Tracy and Susan receive Letters of Appreciation for the 2nd Annual Homeless Veterans Dinner.JPGHeroes Today's 2nd Annual Homeless Veteran Dinner
Volunteers Tracy and Susan receive Letters of Appreciation for the 2nd Annual Homeless Veterans Dinner
Volunteers Tracy and Susan receive Letters of Appreciation from Heroes Today for their efforts in making the Homeless Veteran Dinners a success.

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