Retiree Council donates big TV for new Cleveland Veterans Home

FORT CAMPBELL, Tennessee (WDEF) – A Retiree Council at Fort Cambell has a big gift for residents at the future veterans home in Cleveland.

They are donating a new 65 inch TV for one of the common areas of the facility.

The new Tennessee State Veteran’s Home in Cleveland is scheduled to open early next year.

The 108 person facility will include an open bistro, therapy gym, chapel, library, activities area, indoor and outdoor dining areas, living rooms, and private visitation rooms.

And it will look like a mountain lodge, with six “houses” to feel more like a community.

The residents will be getting both short-term rehab and long-term care.

Eligible residents must have served on active duty in the military, be a spouse of a veteran, or a gold-star parent.

Even though they are not open yet, the Veteran’s Home is now accepting names for a waiting list.

You can get more info or get on the list by visiting www.tsvh.org.

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