The Organ Mountain Veteran Coffee Group

The Organ Mountain Veteran Coffee Group (OMVCG) is an exceptional example of veteran service and dedication. This 501 c 3 organization is made up of veterans who have come together with a shared commitment to serving their community in Organ, New Mexico. These veterans, who have already sacrificed so much for their country, are now giving back in a meaningful way by completing small service projects for residents in the area.

MLG Chooses Union Over Our Veterans

The recent decision by the New Mexico Department of Health to eliminate overtime pay only for non-union health care employees will have a direct impact on the ability of the New Mexico State Veterans’ Home to fill vacancies, be fully staffed during all shifts, and provide the best care for those who served in the armed services.

American Legion Post 18 hosted Veterans’ Day ceremony 111122

David Morrison, Allingham-Golding American Legion Post 18, commander, served as master of ceremonies. He noted Post 18 was chartered in 1919, as one of the first 10 posts in New Mexico. “Yesterday, I attended a ceremony at San Lorenzo Elementary School,” Morrison said. “They put on a Veterans’ Day ceremony. About 100 students presented a

20th Anniversary 9/11 Commencement

Article by Mary Alice Murphy On a “severe clear” morning, as we learned the term later in the ceremony, participants, veterans, first responders, and supporters gathered at Old James Stadium to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the day Sept. 11, 2001, when terrorists violently changed the United States of America with attacks. Jason Quimby, Western

Veteran Services

While NM DVS offices are temporarily closed during COVID-19, we continue to provide full-spectrum services for our Veterans via phone and email.