LIBERTY, N.Y. — Reverend Norman Graves, in 2008, had envisioned a project getting homeless veterans off the streets. “They serve our country, they risk their life for all of us, and they deserve the best that we can give them,” said Graves, a founder and chairman of Begin Again Transitional Services. Read More Here
By: Dan Hust (Sullivan County Democrat) BLOOMINGBURG – The second annual benefit dinner for BATS (Begin Again Transitional Services) raised over $11,000 for its soon-to-open veterans transitional home in Liberty. The April 15 gala featured dancing, food and an auction (including a pair of gardening gloves emcee Greg Goldstein worked hard to sell!). – Read […]
Mar 28, 2016 By Dan Hust – Sullivan County Democrat staff writer Begin Again Transitional Services’ (BATS’) veterans home in Liberty continues to benefit from an ever increasing bevy of local businesses eager to donate goods, services and manpower. On Thursday, Fallsburg Lumber, Schmidt’s Wholesale, ProBuild and Catskill Farms crews could be found inside the […]
The Elks Foundation, Lodge 1545, of Liberty, New York, donated a gas rang to B.A.T.S. for Vets! Check out the photos!
LIBERTY, N.Y. — A big project in Sullivan County is underway; one that officials there say has never been done before. Community leaders, along with members of the ‘New Beginnings Community Worship Center’ have started cleaning out a home in the Village of Liberty that will be made into a transition center for veterans. Read […]
LIBERTY – Some homeless veterans in Sullivan County have been living in the woods or in abandoned bungalows. But a local religious group is looking to help change that. Pastor Norman Graves, parishioner Anthony Covington and members of their New Beginnings Community Worship Center are working to raise funds to convert a Liberty home into […]