By John Mizerak
Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs facilitated our second 1st Responder program late last month in Virginia as we shared the Legacy Program with Law Enforcement in the Stafford area. MOWP Team Leader, Aaron Siegel (left photo) who is a US Navy Veteran and was an officer of the Stafford PD before he moved to Ohio, shared his story with the men who he once worked with.

In the photo to the right, Mighty Oaks Team Leader Justin Howell speaks with these First Responders.  Howell, a
Deputy in the Stafford County Virginia Sheriff’s Office, approached Sheriff David Decatur with the possibility of bringing a Mighty Oaks First Responder Program to Stafford earlier this year. Decatur’s approval opened the door for Mighty Oaks to hold the initial program on the east coast to be held in the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office.
Special thanks to Sheriff Decatur, Major Lenhart, and 1stSgt Bice for hosting the MIghty Oaks Legacy Program in Northern Virginia.
Also, watch the video below as we send our prayers out to all the 1st Responders in the Houston area.

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