Combat Female Veterans Families United confirmed that Retired Staff Sergeant Alyce Knaflich has been selected as a 2021 “Outstanding Combat Female Veteran of North Carolina”.
She is awarded & recognized for her service, for her persistence and for her fortitude. Read more …Outstanding Combat Female Veteran of North Carolina 2021, Press Release, KNAFLICH -PDF
She will be awarded and recognized for her cumulative military service and post-war accomplishments on
Saturday, June 12, 2021 @ noon.
Veterans of Foreign Wars. Post #9133,
1450 Piney Green Rd,
Jacksonville, NC 28546
AND to register for a virtual meeting on September
Aura Home Women Vets is Looking for Volunteers
As we move into this exciting transition from providing rental space to renovating our Hendersonville location, we are looking to expand our Board.
Board members responsibility …
commit to a 2-year term
governance of a non-profit
raise funds for operations
promote outreach & network
The average time commitment is approx. 8 hours in a month.
Help Aura Home assist homeless women veterans receive the benefits they deserve for their service to our country.
With your commitment, we can make Aura Home’s vision of safe housing a reality.
Please contact our founder Alyce Knaflich at
Article in WLOS news with videos posted Dec 21, 2019
Waynesville, N.C. (WLOS) — It was a group effort Saturday to help a local veteran for the holidays. Aura Home Women Vets helped organize a move for a veteran who lost everything in a fire.
Aura Home provided a complete set of furniture and a place to live to a woman vet who lost everything in a house fire one week before Christmas.
Volunteers included: Kay, Diane, Alyce, Betty and Eleanor on the load in (pictured) and Ricky, Frank, Lewis, Rickie, Pat and