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The Military Order of the Purple Heart

For Immediate Release

Washington DC - February 11, 2011

MOPH and MOPHSF to Appear on Local Washington DC TV Station

If you live in Virginia, Maryland or the DC Metro area, you are invited to tune in to TV Channel 10’s “Communicating Today.”  National Service Program Director Frank Van Hoy, PR Director John Bircher, and Service Foundation Director Fred Taylor will appear in an interview to be taped on Monday evening, Feb 14 for broadcast later in the week.  We will answer questions from the moderator, John Monsul, as well as describe the myriad programs of the MOPH and MOPHSF. 

Channel 10 is Fairfax County's  Public Access flagship channel which airs local programming indicative of the diverse life-styles and interests of the Washington Metropolitan area. Channel 10 airs various local programs 24 hours a day, programming produced by and for the people of the DC Metro region.  In particular, “Communicating Today” is a program dedicated to showcasing the many different ways people & organizations have of communicating with one another.  Tune in and learn more about today's Purple Heart in your community!

The Purple Heart Show will Air:   

Wed. Feb, 16th at @ 8:30 pm

Fri. Feb, 18th @ 6:30 am

Sun, Feb, 20th 3:30 pm. 

For more information on the show visit: www.communicatingtoday.com.  Channel 10's website is:  www.fcac.org
Videos of the show will appear in next month's MOPHSF Newsletter and will be posted on both the MOPH and MOPHSF websites.

For information contact:
National Public Relations Director, John Bircher, 352-753-5535
Email: PublicRelations@Purpleheart.org
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