Veterans

September 27, 2012

American Red Cross Youth Group assist Barstow Veterans with fund raiser

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Megan Isreal
Casework Chair Red Cross Station NTC and Fort Irwin

Jade Mooney and her mother, Amber.

The American Red Cross Youth Group conducted a bake sale fund raiser in the Landmark Inn, here, Sept. 8. Funds raised went to a project called Adopt-A-Vet, which helps the California State Veterans Home in Barstow. The amount of money raised was $120. Congratulations to the Youth Group for raising all that money! Keep up the good work! Red Cross Station volunteers that were part of the effort included: Nadine Rosa, Youth Chair; Megan Israel, Publicity Coordinator; Kristina Tharpe, Casework Chair; Heather Ward, ARC Liaison; Amber Mooney, Youth Coordinator; Edith Esparza, Station Chair, and; Alvieia Comstock, Youth Coordinator. Participating youth included: Alexia Rosa, Allie Ward, James and Jade Mooney and Isac Esparza.

If you would like to volunteer at the American Red Cross, stop by our office or call 380-3697. Hope to hear from you soon.




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