“Remember, whatever happens in the barn stays in the barn,” says Daigle.
The eight-year Army veteran and current Kentucky National guardsman never has to spend the day alone.
Each Memorial Day, the Veteran’s club provides a space for veterans to connect and talk through issues.
“If you let things build and fester over time, it just becomes uncontrollable, and that’s how a lot of soldiers unfortunately do. They take their lives or they turn to drugs, they turn to alcohol, they find things to cope in unhealthy ways,” says Daigle.
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