The nonprofit organization Veterans and Sportsmen United in Michigan aims to bring military veterans together in fellowship through the great outdoors. Activities for the group include weekend-long hunting trips with 13 to 15 attendees and day hikes with smaller groups. Veterans get to take part in outdoor actives such as hunting, fishing, hiking, camping, bush-craft survival and other outdoor activities. The group invites veterans to reach out if they are interested in joining the organization. For more information, visit the Veterans and Sportsmen United website or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow Veterans and Sportsmen United on Facebook.
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