Judge David Campbell Chapter, NSDAR Donates Food To VA Clinic

Tuesday, May 14, 2019
Beverly Ledford, chairman of the DAR Service to Veteran's Committee in the Judge David Campbell Chapter, with Bo Cox, Voluntary Service specialist at the Charles Coolidge Outpatient Clinic near Eastgate Mall
Beverly Ledford, chairman of the DAR Service to Veteran's Committee in the Judge David Campbell Chapter, with Bo Cox, Voluntary Service specialist at the Charles Coolidge Outpatient Clinic near Eastgate Mall
Two times a year, the Judge David Campbell Chapter, NSDAR, donates approximately $100 worth of snacks and drinks to the VA Clinic. 

While the veterans are waiting for their appointment, they can sometimes become hungry or thirsty. By providing these food and drink items to the VA Clinic, the veterans can be nourished.  

 


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