Yahoo Finance’s Zack Guzman and Brian Cheung were joined by Dog Tag CEO Meghan Ogilvie on YFi PM. Watch the interview here.
Today, this month, and all year long, please join me in thanking veterans for their service to our country. There aren’t enough words to express my appreciation and gratitude for the sacrifices that they and their families make to serve, defend and protect the United States of America.
As Dog Tag Inc. celebrates its five-year anniversary, we are taking a moment to reflect on our mission and the individuals who we have had the privilege of serving. Thank you to everyone who has supported this life-changing program over the years, allowing us to help veterans, military spouses, and caregivers find their purpose.
In addition to supporting Dog Tag, www.buyveteran.com is a great resource for finding businesses to support. Do some research to identify veteran-owned businesses in your community and thank them for their service with both your heart and your wallet.
The French-American Cultural Foundation will be leading a fundraising program to support restoration of the Queen’s Grove at Versailles. From the F-ACF website:
The Queen’s Grove at the Palace of Versailles is an ornamental garden that was designed for Queen Marie-Antoinette in 1776. The plot was created as a flower garden with predominantly North American varieties that were new to France at the time.
The Queen’s Grove was designed for Marie-Antoinette to have a secluded place to walk, away from Palace visitors. The landscaping reflected the tastes at that time for gardens, combining French and English styles. The design was a simple, elegant layout that featured the Virginia tulip tree, white fringe tree and Carolina silverbell.
Learn how you can support this effort to restore a beautiful piece of French-American history.
Congratulations to the team at Plume at The Jefferson for maintaining their star from the Michelin Guide! The 2020 list was recently celebrated at an event hosted at the residence of French Ambassador to the United States, Philippe Étienne.