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All G4V lessons and guitars are provided to the Veterans free of charge. Demand for the G4V program continues to rise and though virtually all resources go directly into programming and guitars, we sadly cannot help every qualified applicant because funding is limited. Together, we can bring more lessons and guitars to our Vets with donations of money, guitars and related gear.

You can donate through our PayPal site. If you prefer, you may send a check payable to: Guitars for Vets is incorporated as a c 3 non-profit organization and your gifts are tax deductible. On behalf of all of us at Guitars for Vets we thank you for making such a positive difference in the lives of many! In fact, more soldiers have committed suicide since the Vietnam War than have died in actual battle. But many are finding hope in an unlikely place: The healing power of music helps soldiers cope.

But we can't do it without your help. Please read on to learn more out about the program and how you can help those who served rediscover their joy through the power of music. For years Dan wanted to learn to play guitar but felt the lasting effects of combat, in the form of post-traumatic-stress-disorder PTSD , would make it difficult for him to succeed.

After only a few months of working with Patrick, Dan discovered that the strong spirit that helped him throughout his time in Vietnam was all he needed to play music. Together, the men realized that guitar lessons were both opportunities for self-expression and positive human interaction. Guitars for Vets is a c 3 non-profit organization founded in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in We currently operate more than 80 chapters in 40 states with the assistance of over volunteers nationwide.

Over the past seven years, our organization has refined a guitar instruction program aimed at providing Veterans struggling with physical injuries, PTSD and other emotional distress a unique supportive program. G4V pursues its mission to share the healing power of music by providing free guitar instruction, a new acoustic guitar and a guitar accessory kit in a structured program run by volunteers, primarily through the Department of Veterans Affairs facilities and community-based medical centers.

The weekly guitar lessons provided by our volunteers are individualized and designed to help students learn at their own pace. Monthly group sessions are organized at each chapter to provide Veterans a communal atmosphere to talk and continue to play music with peers who have shared similar experiences.

In G4V group sessions, the connection created between individuals who are both warriors AND guitar players serves as a catalyst for positive human interaction.

Veterans who regularly attend group sessions build confidence to further pursue creative self-expression and engagement within their communities. Some G4V graduates and group session attendees even go on to perform at local fundraisers and teach guitar lessons in their local G4V chapter.

To date, G4V has administered over 30, guitar lessons and distributed over 3, guitars to Veterans. Over the years, we have observed the many ways that our program is enhancing the lives of warriors suffering with mental, physical and emotional distress.

We are very excited to now have clinical trial data supporting our belief in the power of our program.

Outcomes from our recently completed pilot study showed remarkable improvements in PTSD symptoms. A copy of the study results can be viewed here: Evaluating psychological outcome of a novel music therapy.

How you can help All G4V lessons and guitars are provided to the Veterans free of charge. Guitars For Vets has fulfilled over 30, lessons and distributed over 3, guitars free to military veterans. Our Program Guitars for Vets is a c 3 non-profit organization founded in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in Our Ambassadors "I am so honored to be involved with G4V Pick one up and the relationship will be there forever.

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Guitars For Vets is truly doing the foot work for providing a future that is much more resourceful, obligated, caring, and dedicated to our United States service veterans of past, present and future endeavors. It was a pleasure to help with the opening of a chapter in our hometown and really bring everything full circle!

What a wonderful way to harness the power of music and community, and to help ease the suffering of our brothers and sisters. Music is a special gift and G4V is a great way to share this gift with the men and women who deserve to experience the joys, benefits and up close friendship of the guitar.

Veterans can at times deal with a number of issues; music can serve as a transitional tool helping many to segway back into society and in some cases can open up many doors of creativity.

I am proud to be a part of an organization whose sole purpose is to help those who served so they can continue to serve others. Something that comes from their culture, whatever it may be, but I think music is something that is generally, universally loved on this planet and brings joy to most people.

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Temecula, California - Wikipedia

Both cities are about 80 miles east of downtown Los Angeles and 30 miles west of Palm Springs , each connected by freeway and railroad. The area, up to the midth century, was inhabited by the Cahuilla people , though the region around Banning was originally Maringayam Serrano , and the Cahuilla expanded into the pass only in historic times. The first Anglo to settle in the area was Dr. Isaac Smith in In a smallpox epidemic further diminished the Cahuilla.

The government created Indian reservations for the Cahuilla in The settlement that was to become Banning developed in coincidence with the start of the Colorado River Gold Rush. The Bradshaw Trail , which passed through the area in , was a wagon road to the gold boomtowns of Arizona Territory. Gilman's Ranch north of downtown served as a station for the stagecoach lines on this road. The Southern Pacific later purchased by Union Pacific railroad, was a major contributor to the area's growth.

Route 99 was built in , followed by U. Relations with reservation residents have been stressed by such actions as disputes over water rights. Prior to the name Banning, the settlement was called Moore City.

Moore operated a large cattle ranch and was later a member of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, settling in the area and nearby San Gorgonio mountains in the early s. Moore sold his holdings and relocated to central Arizona in , establishing a large cattle ranch on the site of the former Camp Reno army outpost and later served in the Arizona Territorial Legislature. The town of Banning was incorporated on February 6, Between the years and , it was the largest city in year-round population between Redlands and the Colorado River.

It supported training at the Desert Training Center and was later used as a naval convalescent hospital. The facilities were dismantled in In the citizens of Banning raised funds for the purchase of an M3 Stuart tank to support the war effort.

The tank, named "City of Johannesburg", is now preserved at a local museum at Richmond. According to the United States Census Bureau , the city has a total area of Banning is traversed by the San Andreas Fault which is responsible for the creation of the pass in which the city is situated.

The United States Census [18] reported that Banning had a population of 29, The population density was 1, The racial makeup of Banning was 19, Hispanic or Latino of any race were 12, persons The Census reported that 28, people There were 10, households, out of which 3, There were 6.

The average household size was 2. There were 7, families The population was spread out with 6, people The median age was For every females, there were For every females age 18 and over, there were There were 12, housing units at an average density of The homeowner vacancy rate was 4.

As of the census [20] of , there were 23, people, 8, households, and 6, families residing in the city. The racial makeup of the city was There were 8, households out of which In the city, the population was spread out with The median age was 41 years. Banning is a general law city as opposed to a charter city. The elected government consists of the Banning City Council which operates under a council-manager government. The current mayor is George Moyer. There are 5 city council districts.

The current manager is Michael Rock. Banning has had its own police force since shortly after its incorporation, and for many years also had a regional station of the Riverside County Sheriff's Department which has moved eastward to neighboring Cabazon. Schools in the Banning USD:. The American Civil War put an end to the Butterfield Overland Stage Service, but stage service continued on the route under other stage companies until the railroad reached Fort Yuma in Wolf's store became an inspiration for Jackson's fictional "Hartsel's store" in her novel, Ramona.

In , the line was extended to San Bernardino. In the late s, a series of floods washed out the tracks and the section of the railroad through the canyon was finally abandoned. The old Temecula station was used as a barn and later demolished.

In the s, with the operation of granite stone quarries, Temecula granite was shaped into fence and hitching posts, curb stones, courthouse steps, and building blocks. At the turn of the 20th century, Temecula gained a place of importance as a shipping point for grain and cattle. In Walter L. Along with various partners, he began buying land in Southern California. Vail was killed by a street car in Los Angeles in ; his son, Mahlon Vail, took over the family ranch.

In , the first paved, two-lane county road was built through Temecula. Through the mids the economy of the Temecula Valley centered around the Vail Ranch; the cattle business and agriculture were the stimuli for most business ventures.

In , the Vail Ranch was sold to the Kaiser Aetna partnership. The I corridor between Los Angeles County and San Diego was completed in the early s and the subdivision land boom began. The s brought rapid growth to the Temecula Valley. Many families began to move to the area from San Diego and Orange County drawn by the affordable housing prices and the popular wine country. In fall , the Promenade Mall opened in Temecula. In , Temecula expanded greatly by annexing the neighboring planned community known as Redhawk, bringing the population to 90, After a period of rapid population growth and home construction, the subprime mortgage financial crisis and the resultant United States housing market correction caused a sharp rise in home foreclosures in the Temecula-Murrieta region.

According to the United States Census Bureau , the city has a total area of BSk [30] August is typically the hottest month of the year with December being the coldest month.

Most precipitation occurs from November to March with February being the wettest month. The driest month is June. Annual precipitation is Morning marine layer is common during May and June. From July to September, Temecula experiences hot, dry weather with the occasional North American monsoonal flow that increases the humidity and brings isolated thunderstorms. Most of the storms tend to be short lived with little, if any rainfall. During late fall into winter, Temecula experiences dry, windy north-eastern Santa Ana winds.

Snowfall is rare, but Temecula has experienced traces of snowfall on occasion, [31] some as recently as December The United States Census [37] reported that Temecula had a population of , The population density was 3, The racial makeup of Temecula was 70, There were 24, people of Hispanic or Latino origin, of any race The Census reported that 99, people There were 31, households, out of which 15, There were 1, 4.

The average household size was 3. There were 25, families The population was spread out with 30, people The median age was For every females, there were For every females age 18 and over, there were There were 34, housing units at an average density of 1, The homeowner vacancy rate was 2. Census Bureau's American Community Survey reported an estimated 1. Armed Forces as of This figure is slightly higher than the estimated national average of 0.

As of the census [40] of , there were 57, people, 18, households, and 15, families residing in the city. The population density was 2, There were 19, housing units at an average density of The racial makeup of the city was Hispanic or Latino of any race were There were 18, households out of which In the city, the population was spread out with The median age was 31 years.

The above average number of young people in Temecula was attributed to an influx of middle-class families came to buy homes in the s real estate boom. Temecula is an affluent community. Pechanga Resort and Casino , though a major part of Temecula's economy, is not legally within the city limits. News Best High Schools rankings awarded by U. In the United States House of Representatives , Temecula is split between California's 42nd congressional district , represented by Republican Ken Calvert , and California's 50th congressional district , represented by Republican Duncan D.

The California Inline Hockey league was a grassroots minor league professional Inline hockey league with clubs based in the state of California but later added two teams in Nevada. Temecula's reason for suspending operations was because no suitable rink was available for the club and was the reason the club moved to Phoenix, Arizona for the season.

The CIHL folded in with the remaining teams: Currently, Temecula is home to a semi-pro soccer team, Temecula FC a. The area used to have another semi-pro soccer team, the Murrieta Bandits, in the s. Temecula has 39 parks, 22 miles of trails [52] and 11 major community facilities. Temecula offers various sport options as youth's extra-curricular activities such as football both flag and Pop Warner , cheerleading, roller hockey, wrestling, basketball, baseball, soccer, and lacrosse.

The club offers men's, women's, and youth teams. Temecula provides police service in cooperation with the Riverside County Sheriff's Department via a contract with the department fulfilled through its Southwest Sheriff's Station, located in the unincorporated community of French Valley , just immediately north of the city of Temecula, east of State Route 79 Winchester Road.

Temecula currently has five fire stations with five paramedic engine companies, one truck company and two CAL FIRE wildland fire engines. American Medical Response provides paramedic ambulance transport to an emergency department. More than 40 years after Richard Break and Leon Borel first planted 56 varieties of wine-making grapes in five different locations for the newly formed Rancho California Development Corporation, the Temecula Valley has become recognized as a full-fledged appellation.

In John Moramarco planted the first 1, acres of commercial winegrapes for Brookside Vineyards and Winery. The wine country is a few miles east of historic Old Town Temecula, with a variety of tasting rooms. The festival offers live entertainment, hot air balloon rides, and wine tasting, with many of the area's local wineries represented. Old Town Temecula, the city's downtown district, is a collection of historic s buildings, antique stores, hotels, museums, event centers, specialty food stores, restaurants, boutiques, gift and collectible stores, and antique dealers.

On Saturdays, Old Town has an outdoor farmers' market where approximately 70 to 80 vendors sell local foods, artwork, household items, and more. On weekends, Old Town also hosts a growing nightlife. Old Town is also home to the Temecula Valley Museum, which features exhibits about the local band of Native Americans and the local natural history and city development.

It is the Temecula Valley's largest employer, with about 4, people employed. Temecula maintains international relations with two cities, Leidschendam-Voorburg in the Netherlands and Daisen, Tottori in Japan. Margarita Middle School is the sister school to Daisen-cho, Japan. The Dutch students have usually come during October, but came in May in , and the American students go during Spring Break.

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