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COVID-19 UpdatesThe WDVA has implemented several temporary closures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Given the current status of COVID-19 and the recommendations of medical experts, the Centers for Disease Control and the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, these decisions are in the best interest of the health and safety of our veterans, visitors and staff.Many of our programs and services can be accessed online or by phone, but face-to-face meetings are limited. WDVA has launched a webpage to share updates about the operational status of our programs and services.2020 Census: It’s Time to RespondParticipating in the census is our civic duty and a way to say “I count!” By responding to the census, you’re helping to make sure your tax dollars return to your community to support programs impacting housing, education, transportation, employment, health care, and public policy.The 2020 Census will impact our community for at least the next decade. Census invitations have started to arrive in the mailboxes of every household across the country. If you haven’t received yours, make sure you’re counted here.Music Therapy Brings Sense of Connection to VeteransIf you visit Ainsworth Hall at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King on a Wednesday, there’s a chance you’ll hear Elvis Presley’s voice spilling out into the hallway from the Namaste room. If not Elvis, it’s likely that polka or opera will be playing through the speakers.The songs are part of the music therapy program at King, which can also include activities like drumming, games, guided relaxation, movement, instrument playing, song writing, discussion and sensory stimulation. Read more »WISCONSIN VETERANS MUSEUM OFFERS ONLINE TOOLS With families spending time at home, we are #BringingTheMuseumToYouWe encourage you to explore our state’s veteran history at https://wisvetsmuseum.com/ or see the museum’s Facebook page, where we will be hosting great online activities. We are also still open for phone or email inquiries at 608-267-1799 or visitor.curator@dva.wisconsin.gov.NATIONAL DESERT STORM MEMORIAL TO BE BUILT IN 2021The National Desert Storm War Memorial Association is building a memorial dedicated to the courage and sacrifice of those who honorably fought in Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm.The Memorial’s design will commemorate the historical significance of Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm while honoring the service and sacrifice of the United States military personnel who led the effort to liberate Kuwait while defending Saudi Arabia and the Arabian Peninsula.LORRAINE “CONNIE” ALLORD: FROM “JUST A FARM GIRL” TO MARINELorraine Conley was born in January of 1920, six months before women were granted the right to vote, in Tomahawk, Wis. Now, after celebrating her 100th birthday, she reflects on her century-long life and the history she has been a part of. Read more >>

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