Chairman Terry Haines presents WW2 medallions to Army veteran Jay Hayes, Betty Francis, widow of Army veteran Richard Francis, Ginny Vandine, widow of US Army Air Corps veteran Joseph Vandine, Navy veteran Laurie Jordan & Retired Navy Senior Chief Bill Francis.
Our social was the first one due to Covid in over a year. There were 22 in attendance as it was a rainy day. Awards were given, donations to charities were presented and a great meal was had by all. Merry Christmas from the Rogue Chapter.
In order to reduce leftover shirts and make a little additional funding for Mighty Oaks and Columbia Care, we have a few shirts leftover that you may want to have as an extra or perhaps for a family member or friend. The attachment shows what the shirts look like. I have shirts left over from this year which are a grey color, a few from 2019 which are a green color, and some from 2018 which are a sand color. The cost to us for all of these shirts ran from $10-$14 and the front design will be the same while the back will have the donors from that particular year. For a minimum donation of $5 per shirt on a first come first served basis, a shirt can be yours.
The remaining inventory is a follows:
- 2018 shirts which are a sand color we have 5 Large and 13 X-Large.
- 2019 shirts which are kind of an olive-green color we have 3 Medium, 2 Large, & 3 X-Large.
- 2021 shirts which are Grey color, we have 1 large & 14 X-Large.
If you would like to help veterans and our charities this year, please respond to this email and let me know the year and size & I will coordinate delivery on a first-come, first-served basis. Mighty Oaks is a charity that addresses Veteran Suicide & PTSD and Columbia Care helps local veterans who are unable to get help from other social service agencies for a variety of reasons.