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NEWS Community Bulletin | Boletín Informativo para la Comunidad | Woodbridge, VA | Vol. 1, No. 8

Learning to Better Serve Those Who Have Served B-THRIFTY participates in Federal program for Veterans By H. Dale Keeton, Ph.D. While it may difficult to imagine, it is true: there are men and women who have fought to protect our country living in the woods in Prince William County. Some have combat experience dating back to the Vietnam War, while others have served in the more recent Iraq and Afghanistan wars. The HUD-Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing (HUD-VASH) attempts to locate these homeless veterans and provides services through case management and clinical services. The local case manager serving Prince William County is April Ballard, LCSW. Through connection with

April, B-Thrifty has found a way to make a small contribution to improving the quality of life for some of these individuals. Several homeless veterans have come to B-Thrifty with letters of referrals from the case manager to receive items of furniture and clothes free of charge. As they improve their physical and mental health through the clinical services provided by the Veterans Affairs program, we are pleased that B-Thrifty can assist in improving their physical comfort. One of the B-Thrifty founders, Alonso Zamora, was making a presentation to an inter-denominational

church group last month and proceeded to share the story of one veteran who was provided free clothes and shoes at B-Thrifty so that he could apply for a job. A gentleman from the back of the room quietly moved forward and said, “that was me!” He had found a custodial job at the host church. While we are working on improving the procedure for providing basic items to these veterans, B-Thrifty is proud to have a small part in this Federal Government Program to help those who have helped keep our country safe.

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Aunque sea dificil de imaginar, es cierto: existen mujeres y hombres que han luchado para protejer nuestro país que viven en los bosques y calles en el Condado de Prince William . Continúa Página 2

Ropa gratis para bebés y niños B-thrifty presenta el programa de ropa gratis para los niños. Todos los Martes, las familias pueden venir a Bthrifty y obtener ropa para bebés y niños sin costo alguno. Continúa Página 7

Nueva Ley para DREAMer’s del Presidente Obama. Es Usted elegible? La nueva orden del Presidente Obama detendrá las deportaciones injustas de cientos de miles de immigrantes indocumentados, que ingresaron a los Estados Unidos en su niñez. Continúa Página 8


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B-Thrifty participa en programa Federal para Veteranos

Sirviendo Mejor a todos Aquellos que Han Servido By H. Dale Keeton, Ph.D.

entes guerras de Irak y Afganistán.

Aunque sea dificil de imaginar, es cierto: existen mujeres y hombres que han luchado para protejer nuestro país que viven en los bosques y calles en el Condado de Prince William . Algunos fueron combatientes en guerras tan antiguas como la de Vietnam, mientras otros han servido en las mas reci-

La HUD-VASH (Oficina de Vivienda para Asuntos de Veteranos) intenta ubicar a estos veteranos sin hogar y les provee servicios clínicos y de manejo de casos. La manager de servicios locales que sirve el condado de Prince William es April Ballard, LCSW. A través de una conexión con la Sra. Bal-

lard, B-Thrifty ha encontrado una manera de realizar una pequeña contribución para mejorar la calidad de vida de algunos de estos individuos. Varios veteranos sin hogar han venido a B-Thrifty con cartas de recomendación de su consejero para recibir artículos, muebles y ropa sin ningún costo para el indi-

viduo. En la medida que ellos mejoran su condición física y mental a través de los servicios clínicos que provee el programa de Asuntos para Veteranos, nos complace que podamos ayudar a mejorar un poco en su comfort. Uno de los fundadores de BThrifty, Alonso Zamora, estaba haciendo una presentación a un grupo religioso multi-denominacional el pasado mes y procedió a compartir la historia de un veterano al cual se le dió ropa y zapatos gratis en B-Thrifty de manera que pudiera aplicar para un trabajo. En ese momento un caballero al final del salón, se movió silenciosamente hacia el frente y dijo: “¡ese era yo!”. El había encontrado un trabajo como personal de mantenimiento en esa misma iglesia. Mientras trabajamos en mejorar los procedimientos para proveer de artículos básicos a estos veteranos, B-Thrifty se enorgullece de participar en este Programa del Gobierno Federal y poder ayudar a quienes han ayudado a mantener libre y seguro a nuestro país.


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B-thrifty holds “Clothes for Kids” drive General Manager

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A Prince William County thrift store is giving local families a big break on their back-to-school shopping bills. Alonso Zamora, part owner of B-thrifty in Woodbridge, sees a lot of families coming through his doors who are barely making ends meet. So he came up with a way to help. On Tuesdays kids can get three outfits free of charge. Customer Christine Smith said, “Most of these are going to be provided free to me, and it’s just amazing.” Smith never imagined she’d take her granddaughter shopping without shrinking her wallet. The “Clothes for Kids” drive is a blessing for her bank account. “My husband is on worker’s compensation. My children are having problems with their finances even though they both have full-time jobs. They’re both running low on money,” Smith said.

Zamora added, “It’s a tough economy right now.” Zamora and his partners opened the store about a year ago and decided he had to do more to help his cash-strapped neighbors. “It’s been because of my background. Being from Chile... I know how difficult things are. We used to get hand-me-downs or second-hand clothing. It’s just natural. We’ve always given back as a community,” Zamora explained. Bthrifty allows its customers of every income to fill their carts with free clothing twice a year. Customer April Greene said, “It does good for me because I have four children, and I’m a single mom...” A big savings, especially during an expensive time of the year. The National Retail Federation reports the average parent

with children in grades K-12 will spend nearly $700 on back-toschool shopping. The “Clothes for Kids” drive runs year-round on Tuesdays for children 8 and under. During back-to-school season, children up to 8-years-old can get free clothing. B-thrifty says the drive wouldn’t be possible without donations.

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Ropa gratis para bebés y niños

B-thrifty presenta el programa de ropa gratis para los niños las vidas de los menos afortunados en el área.

By Dale Keeton, Ph.D.

Desde su primer día el 20 de agosto de 2011, B-Thrifty ha demostrado su interés genuino en el bienestar de las comunidades vecinas. Desde ayudar a las víctimas de las inundaciones de Holly Acres, el apoyo a varias organizaciones no lucrativas de beneficencia o el otorgamiento de tarjetas pre-pagadas de regalo a las iglesias asociadas, etc. los líderes de la compañía continúan buscando maneras de ayudar y enriquecer

ser las mismas que se le dieron inicialmente, pero algo similar). Los padres tendrán que mostrar una identificación con foto y prueba de que están participando en un programa de ayuda social o de gobierno.

La iniciativa más reciente es nuestro programa de “Ropa Gratis para Niños” (Clothes for Kids) . Hay personas a nuestro alrededor que sobreviven como resultado de Dr. Dale Keeton, Director de diversos programas de ayuda soRelaciones con las cial. Queremos de y la Comuigual manera, llegar Todos los Martes, Iglesias nidad en B-Thrifty, a estas familias y las familias recomienda que ofrecer ayuda. Nue“nuestros miemstro interés particupueden venir a bros y vecinos nos lar es que los niños Bthrifty y obtener pueden ayudar a tengan una ropa adcorrer la voz a las ecuada. ropa para bebés familias que califiA cada niño se y niños sin costo can para este prole darán tres trajes alguno. grama, por lo que completos de su se les sugiere que elección (o de sus vengan los martes padres) para usar durante un y busquen entre los cientos de período de seis meses. Cuando prendas de vestir para sus hiesta ropa ya no sea de uso para el niño, puede ser devuelta a B- jos.” Thrifty y reemplazarla por otros juegos de ropa (o conjuntos). Los intercambios se harán mientras dure la existencia (limitado a 2000 piezas por semana) y con una frecuencia de dos veces al año (las piezas devueltas no tienen por qué

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Obama’s New Relief for DREAMers – Are You Eligible? Nueva Ley de DREAMer’s del Presidente Obama. Es Usted elegible?

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Obama’s New Relief for DREAMers – Are You Eligible? President Obama’s new order for deferred action stops the unjust deportation of hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants who came to America as children. If you qualify for deffered action, you can obtain work authorization. However, the deferred action is not a legal status or a green card, and it must be renewed every 2 years. The application process for eligible individuals will be finalized by August 14, 2012. The application form will become available on August 15, 2012. There is no deadline to apply, but if you apply and your application is denied, you will get no second chance to appeal the decision or to apply again. That is why you must make sure that your application is supported by the best evidence proving that you are eligible. Consult with a licensed immigration attorney.

To be eligible, you must (1) be born after June 15, 1981; (2) have entered the US before age 16;

These are only the basic requirements. However, even if you can satisfy all of these requirements, proving your eligibility can be complex. A lawyer can help you to gather the right evidence that proves that you have lived in America in each and every single month since June 15, 2007 along with other requirements. Also, if you have ever been arrested, or if you have traveled outside the U.S. since June 15, 2007, it is important that an experienced lawyer reviews your situation and makes the best case to the USCIS. Remember, if your application is denied, you will not have a second chance. Even a lawyer will not be able to appeal the denial at that point. Experienced immigration attorney, Joe Nesari, can be reached at 703-796-0801.

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La nueva orden del Presidente (3) have continuously resided Obama detendra las deportaciones in the U.S. since June 15, 2007; injustas de cientos de miles de in(4) have physically resided in migrantes indocumentados, que inthe U.S. on June 15, 2012 and on gresaron a los Estados Unidos en the date you file the application; su niñez. Si usted califica para esta ley, podría obtener un permiso de (5) have entered the U.S. with- trabajo. Sin embargo, esta ley no out being documented or have le da un status legal, ni la residenbeen out of status since June 15, cia, ya que se debe renovar cada 2012 or earlier; 2 años. (6) be currently in school, have El Departamento de Inmigración a high school diploma or have a publicará la aplicación para los GED certificate, or be an honor- individuos elegibles el dia 14 de ably discharged veteran; and Agosto del 2012. La aplicación es-

(7) have not been convicted of a tará disponible al público, el 15 de felony, a significant misdemeanor Agosto de 2012. No hay una fecha or multiple minor misdemeanors. límite para aplicar, pero si usted aplica y su caso es negado, no tendrá una segunda oportunidad para apelar la decisión o aplicar nueScan with your vamente. Es por eso que su aplismart phone to cación debe ser bien evidenciado, visit our web site con documentación contundente and like our que pruebe su elegibilidad. ConFacebook page! sulte con un abogado licenciado de

inmigración. Para ser elegible usted debe (1) Haber nacido despues del 15 de Junio de 1981; (2) Haber ingresado a los Estados Unidos antes de cumplir los 16 años de edad; (3) Haber residido fisicamente en los Estados Unidos desde Junio 15 del 2007; (4) Haber estado fisicamente presente en los Estados Unidos el día 15 de Junio del 2012; (5) Haber ingresado a los Estados Unidos ilegalmente o que haya estado sin status legal desde el 15 de Junio del 2012 o previamente; (6) Estar estudiando, o tener un diploma de high school o un certificado de GED, o que sea un veterano que haya sido retirado honorablemente; (7) No ser convicto o culpable de un cargo de felonia, un cargo significativo de grado menor o mul-

tiples cargos de grados menores. Estos solo son algunos requerimientos básicos para aplicar. Sin embargo, aunque usted cumpla con todos estos requerimientos, probar su elegibilidad podría ser complejo. Un abogado puede ayudarle a reunir la evidencia adecuada y correcta para probar su elegibilidad. En caso de que usted haya sido arrestado alguna vez, o si viajó fuera de los estados Unidos desde Junio 15, 2007 es importante que un abogado con experiencia revise su situación y presente un buen caso al Departamento de Inmigración. Recuerde que si su aplicación es negada, usted no tendrá una segunda oportunidad. Ni un abogado podrá apelar a la decisión. El abogado Joe Nesari puede ser contactado al 703-796-0801.


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September events in Prince William County September 20 Fireside Stories: Battle of Shepherdstown - 6pm–7pm; FREE 150 years ago, the Battle of Shepherdstown was fought at the end of the Maryland invasion. This contentious engagement showed some of the flaws in certain officers that Lee decided to keep in his Army and the disastrous strategy of the Federal officers to recruit whole new regiments rather than filling the ranks of old ones. Join local historians in a discussion about a long forgotten battle. Refreshments available for purchase, weather permitting Ben Lomond Historic Site. 703-367-7872 September 22 10th Annual Heritage Harvest Festival 11am– 4pm, $7 per person Rippon Lodge has a long and diverse past from its Colonial America beginnings until today. Lectures and demonstrations presented by local history, gardening and natures groups will be available throughout the day. Enjoy music, food, crafts,

kids’ games and activities. House and cemetery tours will also be offered all day. Rippon Lodge Historic Site. 703-4999812 September 22 Camp Jones Cemetery Commemoration - 10am, FREE We will be commemorating the death and burial of nearly 1,000 soldiers during the fall of 1861 at Camp Jones located at Bristoe Station. Join historians and descendants as the newly restored Alabama Cemetery is dedicated. Also unveiled will be a new monument to the men buried in the cemetery.

the two battles that took place here in 1862 and 1863. Tours begin on the hour and depart from the kiosk in the parking lot on Iron Brigade Unit Avenue. Last tour at 3 pm, tours leave on the hour. Please dress for the weather and wear comfortable walking shoes. No pets please. Bristoe Station Battlefield Heritage Park, 703-366-3049 September 29 Storytime at Brentsville - 1pm; $2 per child Join Brentsville staff for children’s stories about local history, people, and events.

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Inspirations “It is necessary to help others, not only in our prayers, but in our daily lives. If we find we cannot help others, the least we can do is to desist from harming them.” Dalai Lama “We cannot do great things unless we are willing to do the small things that make up the sum of greatness.” Theodore Roosevelt “Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow.” Albert Einstein “I am not discouraged, because every wrong attempt discarded is another step forward.” Thomas Edison “It’s not the hours you put into work that count, it’s work you put in the hours.” Sam Ewing “A man sees in the world what he carries in his heart.” Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe “It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit.” Harry Truman


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MANASSAS CITY to BEGIN “RAKE ‘EM to the CURB” LEAF PROGRAM | Manassas Utilities and Public Works Dept. Collects 1,400,000 Pounds of Leaves Each of the 12 sections in Manassas is vacuumed four times to remove all extra leaves. A leaf collection schedule is available in the September issue of the Manassas Public Works newsletter mailed in the City of Manassas’ resident utility bills. The City of Manassas takes leaves to a local farm which uses leaves to improve soil quality or to Prince William County’s Composting Facility on Balls Ford Road in Manassas, Va.

For more than 20 years, the City of Manassas Utilities and Public Works department has offered the “Rake ‘Em to the Curb” leafcollecting program, vacuuming up more than 1, 400,000 pounds of leaves each fall season, from October through January. For a leaf collection schedule and a map, go to www.manassascity.org or call 703-257-8378.

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“Our leaf collection program is very popular with the community and we encourage our customers to utilize the earth-friendly options to dispose of leaves--whether it’s raking leaves for collection, creating a compost pile or using shredded leaves as mulch for plants,” said Mike Moon, director of public works and utilities for the City of Manassas.

There are other useful ways to use leaves. Create a compost pile or use a mulching lawnmower to make mulch to protect plant beds from winter weather. Or instead of raking, rent a leaf blower to blow leaves into piles and place them in a specific “natural” area in the yard. A key to using leaves for mulch is to cut them up into smaller pieces, especially large leaves. They decay much sooner and allow for water to soak in rather than run off. The City of Manassas, Va., is an

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