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CCRC showing support for U.S. military personnel

February 4, 2013
KAYLA VAN DYNE - Staff Writer , Times Leader

BELLAIRE The Country Club Retirement Campus is showing its appreciation to soldiers who are currently serving in Afghanistan by collecting and sending care packages to Emory Necessary and his unit.

Necessary has been in the Army for 14 years and is currently on his sixth tour of duty.

The last day to drop off items is March 4.?On March 6, the packages will be assembled and sent off that day.

There are multiple drop-off points in Powhatan Point and Bellaire. Some of the drop off points include:

For more locations, call Kristin Wittenbrook, marketing director of Country Club Retirement Campus at (740) 676-2300.

"We have residents in our facility that are anxious and worried every day about their loved ones overseas fighting for our country and our liberty," said Wittenbrook. "Even without the basic supplies, these men and women continue to do their job."

A lot of the times, when supplies do come in, there are not enough for everyone, which is why donating these supplies is so crucial.

The following items they are asking for include:

"We want them to know we still care about them and thank them for their service," said Beverly Necessary, whose son is in the unit that will be receiving the supplies. "This way we can give a little back to them for everything they do to us."

Van Dyne may be reached at kvandyne@timesleaderonline.com

 
 

 

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