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The Vet Center offers plenty of recreational activities for the Veterans including pool...
A Television with a PS3 Gaming System
The Vet Also offers five computer stations for veteran students and free printing services
If you need a little extra spending money, the Veteran Center has several student worker positions. Veteran Amanda Bowers is one of the outstanding workers.
Students Amanda Bowers, John Thompson and Anthony McClinton engage in training for a new software program.
The Vet Center hosts monthly lunches for the Veterans and dependents. The VFW co-hosted the October 2012 lunch.
VFW rep Joe Cluck discusses the benefits of the VFW with veteran John Thompson.
Veteran Amanda Bowers enjoys pizza at the monthly lunch.
Veteran Mike Logue grabs a piece of pizza before heading to class.
John Thompson, Scott Heflin and Jordan Ellis relax with a game on the new PS3 system.
Mike Logue shows Scott Heflin, Taylor Lane, Brian Bailey and Mark McCrorie how to win at archery on the PS3 system.
Veteran Jordan Ellis uses one of the Vet Center computer stations to do homework.
Veteran Brian Bailey enjoys a beautiful Fall day near the NAU Sky Dome.