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Corn hole tournament raises money for wounded veterans

It wouldn't be the south if we didn't have corn hole, right? Saturday, it was used for a good cause. The Out of Bounds radio show partnered with the Warrior Bonfire program to raise money for wounded veterans returning home with a corn hole tournament.

Clarion Ledger

Celebrate five years of service, healing for MS veterans

The Warrior Bonfire Program, a 501c3 organization dedicated to serving post 9/11 Purple Heart Veterans, will host a fundraising event called Diamonds and Dogtags on Thursday, July 19, at 6 p.m. at The South Warehouse in Jackson to spread awareness of the expansion of services provided by the organization to combat-injured veterans across the country.


WJTV Special Report: Warrior Bonfire program lights the way for modern day vets

"Combat is the hardest thing to explain to somebody because nobody that has never served can even imagine what its like," says Warrior Bonfire ambassador Allen Pugh. After returning from Iraq, Allen Pugh says he suffered from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and he says going to the VA was not enough.

Clarion Ledger

Musician uses talent to help veterans

Playing music has been a lifelong love for Lloyd Munn of Hattiesburg. He’s been entertaining music lovers for decades at various clubs around the Pine Belt and beyond. And for the last year, Munn has been sharing that love of music with veterans through the Warrior Bonfire Program.

Vicksburg Post

Fundraiser for Warrior Bonfire Program Saturday

In an effort to give back to those who serve our country, a fundraiser will be held at the Vicksburg Moose Lodge Saturday with proceeds benefiting the Warrior Bonfire Program.

Mississippi Catholic

Vicksburg family supports veterans through Warrior Bonfire Program

“Give me five or six guys like me around a campfire and that’s all the therapy I need.” That comment, made by wounded veteran Gregory Charles Williams to Dan Fordice was just the beginning of an organization dedicated to helping combat-wounded veterans.