Events

August 8, 2014

Cochise County Veteran Stand Down, Resource Fair

Cochise Serving Veterans will host the Cochise County Veteran Stand Down and Resource Fair, Aug. 22, 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9972, 549 Veterans Dr., Sierra Vista.

The fair is open to homeless and in-need veterans, immediate Families and their pets.

Services to be provided include pet care, benefits, haircuts, legal, ministries, behavioral health, employment, job fair, housing, health care, showers, clothing, food and more.

There will be bus transportation along two routes.

Bus route 1:

5:45 a.m. – Willcox: City Park

6:04 a.m. – Dragoon: Triangle T Ranch

6:24 a.m. – Benson: VFW Post 6271

6:35 a.m. – Benson: McDonald’s

6:55 a.m. – Whetstone: Shell Station

7:03 a.m. – Huachuca City: VFW Post 10342

7:21 a.m. – Sierra Vista: Behind Walmart

 

Bus route 2:

5 a.m. – Douglas: Wellness Connection

5:53 a.m. – Tombstone: Legion Post 24

6:23 a.m. – Bisbee: Legion Post 16

6:33 a.m. – Bisbee: VFW Post 838

6:35 a.m. – Palominas: Rural Health Clinic

7:07 a.m. – Hereford: Ricardo’s Restaurant

7:16 a.m. – Sierra Vista: McDonald’s, Canyon de Flores off State Route 92

To schedule a pick-up outside the designated locations, and/or reserve a seat, call 520.559.0248.

Contact 520.226.6317 or 520.236.2844.

If interested in volunteering, email ccsdvolunteer@gmail.com.

Like them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/CCStandDown/.




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