NWVU 10th Anniversary Souvenir Book

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NWVU 10 Years Anniversary

The National Women Veterans United (NWVU) is honored to announce that on March 21, 2015, we will celebrate 10 years of helping women veterans! We are excited about the New Year and want you to join us in our Celebrations!

Several events are in the planning stages including a special project to feature 500 women veterans in our 10th Anniversary Souvenir Book for only $10 per person. Your wallet size photo will include your full name and the Military Branch that you served in.

  • All photos will be cropped to specification of the book composer.
  • We will also have a Memorial Section for Women Veterans/Military.
  • Please do not send your originals or cash.
  • Photos can be sent via e-mail (JPEG Preferred will accept PDF).
  • Email photos and or ads to: Vet2crump@gmail.com

Make all payments payable to National Women Veterans United

P. O. Box 20149 Chicago, IL 60620 (312) 458-9130

DEADLINE: February 13, 2015

Download Order Form BelowNWVU-Women-Veterans-AD-3

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