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By Kim Harris
Managing Editor 

Mighty Oaks Foundation opens headquarters, national training center in Murrieta


Last updated 6/21/2019 at 3:25am

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Branden Kuneth, Tom Fordyce, Lt. Col. Allen West, Sharon Fordyce, Chad Robichaux, Kathy Robichaux and Jeremy Stalnecker cut the ribbon at the nonprofit Mighty Oak Foundation's headquarters and national training center in Murrieta during a grand opening celebration Monday, June 10.

Veterans and first responders have yet another resource in the valley to help them find a "new life purpose" with the opening of Mighty Oaks Foundation's headquarters and national training center in Murrieta, Monday, June 10.

The veteran and first responder outreach's mission is to serve and restore the nation's "warriors" and families, who have endured hardship through their service to America, by utilizing what Mighty Oaks calls "resiliency events" and peer-to-peer recovery programs.

With an international presence, Mighty Oaks founder Chad Robichaux said he hoped to make a difference in t...

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