Whitewater rafting on tap for Sgt. Greene and wife
Operation Vacation is a program that brings military personnel who have fought overseas to the Roaring Fork Valley. Bob Johnson, a realtor for Vicki Lee Green Realtors in Glenwood Springs, coordinated with the Army to create the program that provides lodging, meals and amenities for veterans. He hopes to continue the program throughout the year with the support of local donors. More than 20 businesses have offered complimentary dinners, entertainment, outdoor activities, lodging and transportation for Operation Vacation participants since the program’s inception last August. Those interested in sponsoring the program may contact Bob Johnson at email@example.com or 945-1010.Name: Sgt. Nathan Greene
Age: 22Branch of the military and division: Army Heavy Brigade Combat TeamFamily: Wife, Kristina Greene
When and why did you join the Army? January 2001; to see the worldWhere have you been deployed? Afghanistan once and Iraq twiceWhen you were being deployed, what did you miss most about home? The last time, I missed my wife, of course. Before that, freedom to do whatever.
What’s your favorite food? PizzaWhat do you like to do in your free time? I mess around with the computer a lot, and I used to work out a lot.What historical figure do you most admire? General Nathan Greene from the Revolutionary War-eraWhat are you looking forward to doing while in Glenwood Springs? We’re supposed to go whitewater rafting Saturday (I’ve never been, but Kristina has). And we’ve got the Hot Springs Pool and the Yampah Spa, too.
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