published: Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Ride benefits German hospital for our military
Kudos to the Sons of AmVets, AmVets Post 21 in Sebring. The "Landstuhl Benefit Ride" on March 23 was a huge success.
Landstuhl is a hospital in Germany where our military men and women go when they are injured or wounded in battle.
We can't begin to thank each and everyone for their help, support and generosity: Karen (the president and founder) of the organization (LHCP) for making a special appearance at our event. Our entertainment, "Shelby (American Idol contestant) and The Pickers", and the Ladies Auxiliary who went above and beyond to help. Steve at Bob Evans, Walmart and Dunkin Donuts. Adam and Leslie from Morgan Stanley for their handsome and generous contribution. Everglades Food, Alan Jay, Art B./Jackson Creek Estates, Kathy and Johnny Bee, Billy Smith, John and Linda C., the U.S. Military Vets and the Vietnam Vets for their donations to this great benefit.
Many thanks to all the participants for your support. Lake Placid American Legion Post 25, their Sons, Auxiliary and Riders for their very generous donations. Sebring American Legion Post 74, Sons, Auxiliary and Riders for their overwhelming contributions, The Sons of AmVets, the AmVets Post and the Ladies Auxiliary for their donations.
We are overwhelmed by the support from everyone in our community that participated in this event to help and support our military men and women in battle. On behalf of the Sons of AmVets and the many military men and women injured and wounded in battle, we would like to thank everyone who helped and supported this benefit event.
AmVets Post 21
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