Wounded Warriors Project Pancake Breakfast Brings the Crowd

The 2nd Annual Wounded Warrior Project Pancake breakfast fundraiser held at Heritage Hills RV Park on Sunday August 18, 2014, was a huge success! Many gave their time to serve up the all you could eat pancakes, sausage, juice and coffee while others maintained the tables keeping them clean and stocked with syrup, silverware, napkins, and butter.

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Over 80 people enjoyed the delicious homemade pancakes that were served up by Heritage Hills RV Park owner Cheryl Arnold. Cheryl was assisted by her husband Don and various friends of the park. Literature giving ample information about the WWP, stickers, and a Wounded Warrior Project bracelet were available to all who attended. Many in attendance shared stories and conversations with others while enjoying their breakfast on the weather-perfect Sunday.

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If you were unable to attend this fundraiser and would like to donate, have your own fundraiser, attend a fundraiser in your location, or volunteer, you can learn more by going this website. Give back to those who fought and are still fighting for our Freedom.

All service men and women who incurred a physical or mental injury or wounded coincident to their military service on or after September 11, 2001 are eligible to participate in this ongoing support program. All they need to do is register. The Alumni Program is free, and thanks to those who donate, help is available for them to overcome their injuries. Some injuries are an everyday struggle, not just for them, but for their family as well. There is no better time than now to lend a hand and make a difference!

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