Contact: Kenneth Reynolds, Citizen
I Would Like to Extend a Handshake to All Patch Communities
I was born and raised in
Michigan, and refer to myself as a “Citizen Journalist” contributing to the Farmington-Farmington Hills Patch Community and now
reaching a hand out to all Patch Communities from California to Wisconsin.
My main passion is being a self proclaimed Ambassador to our Armed Forces who have served and are currently serving so that we may remain free, and to our unsung heroes, The Military Working Dogs
(formerly Military War Dogs), I am also passionate about our Flag
and our Country, and of course my own dachshund, “Mandy.”
I have more than 20
years of experience covering local news; having written at least one Blog
for every Patch in Michigan and at least 23 Patch
Communities from California to Wisconsin. You can also find my articles
in The Oakland Press of Pontiac, MI, The Milford Times of Milford, MI, and South
Lyon Herald, South Lyon, MI and received a associate degree in Military Life Experiences from Vincennes University Indiana in 1987.
While I have never been
paid for any of my contributions, my passion for writing has found me performing
as the Public Affairs Officer Indiana Wing Civil Air Patrol the official auxiliary of the United States Air Force and a 501 (c)3 non- profit
organization. Groves-Walker American Legion Post #346 a Veterans Service Organization and a vital member of the Farmington and Farmington Hills community.
Currently I am performing Media Relations for the Michigan War Dog Memorial Restoration Team located in Lyon
I believe in freedom
of speech as long as it does not cause others their rights to speak.
I enjoy doing anything
that helps people, which I try to do through my writing.
I am neither Democrat
nor a Republican…I am an American who still practices my right to
I am totally against the
two party system and believe that all Major and Minor Political Parties have a
right to run for office and to be included in all debates that are
an atheist who truly enjoys discussing religion and cultural diversity.
Let’s All Love One
I'm very excited
to be promoting K-9 Veterans Day March 13 “They Served To Save and Deserve
to Be Remembered.”
One of the most pressing topics on my plate currently is House Resolution (H. Res.740) Designating March 13 as K-9 Veterans’ Day sponsored by Congressman
Gary Peters (D-MI).
The 112th United States
Congress is currently in recess and will end January 3, 2013, 17 days before the end of the
presidential term so time is of an essence.
As A Backup Plan, I am asking all of the Patch Communities to obtain Proclamations from all Three
Levels of Government: Federal, State, And Local to Designate March 13 As K-9
Veterans’ Day which is the day the United
States Army Quartermaster Corps was established the K-9 Corps in 1942