Purple Heart Ranch and Broken S Ranch Welcomed Our Nation’s Heroes
The Military Warriors Support Foundation’s Skills4Life program stays busy hosting events for our nation’s wounded combat veterans. Two sponsored events in December were a great success for Skills4Life. The Danny Roberson Memorial Hunt was held December 8-11, 2022 at Broken S Ranch, and the Purple Heart Ranch Hunt was held December 17-20, 2022.
Four hunters gathered in Sterling City, TX for the 2022 Purple Heart Ranch hunt. Even though the weather was cold and the temperatures were dropping, they each had multiple opportunities to tag deer for meat freeze. The hunters and guides gave it their all, and three Heroes branded a deer. Last year’s frost and summer drought didn’t make it easy for the deer last year. Despite this, all the Heroes had a great time sharing and sharing memories. The Military Warriors Support Foundation and Skills4Life would like to thank everyone involved, especially the Glass family, for embracing our Heroes and welcoming them with open arms.
The 2022 Danny Robertson Memorial Hunt was held at Broken S Ranch. Skills4Life had all but one of the hero tags for hunting. Everyone had a great time; the food was excellent and friendships were made. It was a memorial hunt for Danny Robertson, a longtime guide at Broken S Ranch and a friend to all; his presence was definitely felt. Skills4Life is already planning the 2023 hunt and as always we look forward to our return to Broken S Ranch.
About the Military Support Foundation:
The Military Warriors Support Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization founded by retired LTG Leroy Sisco, celebrating 15 years in 2022 of his mission to provide critical transition support for combat-wounded heroes of our nation, Gold Star spouses and their families. Its programs focus on housing and homeownership, recreational activities, transportation assistance, and leadership development. Through select programs, they are on track to provide 1,000 mortgage-free homes in all 50 states and more than 150 payment-free vehicles. In addition to housing or the vehicle, families receive family and financial tutoring. More than $26.6 million in the hero’s personal debt has been paid off through the mentorship program. For more information, visit MilitaryWarriors.org.
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