In December of 2017, Walmart donated $2500 to Hickory Hills
Wallmart associates doing donation with Marines from the 4th CLR Regiment.
Greg and Beth Crowley of Crowley Furniture donated furniture, including a power lift chair for the disabled veterans.
You can see their website here: https://www.crowleyfurniture.com/
Steve Hostetler of Country Heritage Furniture in Jamesport, MO donated these amazing beds to the Hickory Hills Veterans Lodge on Memorial Day.
You can see their website here: http://jamesportcountryheritagefurniture.com/
Mike and Linda Bohannon from Jamesport, MO at their store Farmhouse Collections. They donated proceeds from sales on Memorial Day weekend.You can check out their website at https://jamesport-farmhouse.com/
The publication Rural Missouri (http://ruralmissouri.coop/index.php) recently did an article on Hickory Hills Veterans Lodge entitled Healing in The Hills. It starts out…
For Kansas City-based roofer and remodeler Orin Jackson, the past 18 months have seen a lot of hard work done and progress made on his property near Green City. Some folks have their hobby farms and others want to build a new house out in the country, but Orin had a different dream in mind when he started building. Inside the 1,200 square feet that is Hickory Hills Veterans Lodge, there’s a big purpose at work.
“There’s become almost a cottage industry out there of programs with activities concerning veterans,” Orin says, “but none with a tangible place to receive treatment for PTSD or deal with traumatic brain injuries or physical injuries, which many of our nation’s veterans are suffering from. And none with a place built exclusively for this purpose — all while relaxing and enjoying life.”
You can read the full article by clicking this link: Healing in The Hills