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Camel's Hump Farm on the Johnston Estate

1311 Santee Mill Road Bethlehem, PA  18017

E-mail: victoriabastidas01@gmail.com

FVET: Female Veterans Empowered to Transition

Female veteran meet up and writing workshop! FREE TO ALL FEMALE VETERANS AND SERVICEWOMEN OF ALL ERAS. 

We will embody 3 values

1. We Identify as female veterans. 

A veteran is someone who has served in the military as a service member during ANY TIME: peace time, war time, reserves, National Guard, Army, Marine Corps, Air Force, Navy and Coast Guard. If you are a female veteran and/or service member, please join us! 

2. We will Empower each other through our unique triumphs and struggles as female veterans. 

3. We will share our experiences in life (military and civilian experiences) in the form of writing, speaking and discussion. 
You do not have to be a writer to share your truth. Please join us to find out how ! 

To register please contact me: Jenny Pacanowski
POET/COMBAT VETERAN/FACILITATOR 

jennywarrior2277@gmail.com

Proposal for Veteran Programming

Jenny Pacanowski, Facilitator

FVET-Female Veterans Empowered to Transition

Jenny Pacanowski will facilitate a meet up and writing workshop for female veterans to provide an empowered safe place to share experiences and conquer the struggles of transition into civilian culture. 

 

 “Veterans in Transition-Understanding Military Culture and the Reintegration Process for the Community.” 

Jenny Pacanowski intertwines poetry and public speaking into her presentation of the struggles and triumphs of our country’s veterans. She facilitates an open dialogue with audience members on how to communicate and understand veterans and the often difficult and complex process of reintegration into the community. 

 

“Writing for You- Camaraderie, Creativity and Community”

Jenny Pacanowski facilitates writing workshops for veterans’ and their families based on 3 core values: Camaraderie, Community and Creativity. The workshop participants then perform a public presentation to the community to bridge the veteran-civilian divide.