The fifth annual “Celebrate Michigan’s Military” event, hosted by the DC3S on Saturday, October 5, was a great success! Two hundred people attended the event, which supports Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs. Over $80,000 was raised, which will enable Guardian Angels to pair three service dogs with Veterans or First Responders. Many thanks to all who helped support this worthy cause.
For more information about the amazing work Guardian Angels does to save and give our Veterans their lives back, please check out www.medicalservicedogs.org. If you’d like to get involved in the next CMM event, please contact Mary Lamparter (email@example.com).
Once again, the DC3S is pleased to host “Celebrate Michigan’s Military” on Saturday, October 5, from 6:00-9:00 pm. For the fifth year in a row, support will be dedicated to Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs, Inc., a non-profit organization committed to raising and training highly skilled service dogs for people with physical and mental disabilities. All funds raised from this event will be directed to service dogs for Michigan Veterans. To purchase tickets, please click here. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor and/or making a contribution to support this very worthy cause, please contact Mary Lamparter (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The FPA of Michigan held their recent Destination Education Event at the DC3S on Wednesday,
June 5. In addition to their guest speaker, Ron Lamparter, Founder/CEO of DC3S shared the history of the Mound Road Corridor and it’s national significance in the winning of WWII, along with the role it plays in today’s defense industry. DC3S is the home to the Interactive 3D Virtual Reality Center, known as the “RAVE CAVE,” and meeting attendees were invited to experience the cave’s capabilities first hand.
DC3S hosted a reception in honor of the 75th Anniversary of the D-Day Invasion, paying tribute to those who stormed the heavily defended beaches of Normandy, France. “Macomb County and Metro Detroit played a major role in producing much of the material, equipment, and supplies that contributed to the success of this event,” stated Ron Lamparter, Founder & Chairman of DC3S. Throughout the world, Michigan became widely known as the “Arsenal of Democracy,” and Michigan workers designed and produced huge quantities of vehicles, equipment, and supplies used throughout the world, including the D-Day Invasion. Special guests at the reception included World War II Veteran, Douglas Harvey, a member of the Sterling Heights Historical Commission, who shared his memories and personal scrapbook; Holly Swift-Godzisz, a member of Mad Minute LLC, who sang “The Star Spangled Banner;” and Artist Elaine Chiodini Taylor, who unveiled her painting “Les Braves,” a special gift to Ron in recognition of his recent birthday.
The City of Sterling Heights is partnering with DC3S and the Grosse Pointe Board of Realtors (GPBR) in launching an effort to raise $25,000 to sponsor a service dog that will be gifted to a Michigan Veteran or First Responder. The dog, named “Sterling,” will be ready for pairing this year. For more information and the opportunity to make a contribution, go to: https://medicalservicedogs.networkforgood.com/projects/53946-city-of-sterling-heights-service-dog-fundraising-campaign