Last Saturday the Veteran's Community Center of Citrus Heights hosted a "Luau" for both charity and to raise money for the Center. Tickets sold for $35/each and there was Hawaiian music, dancers and of course FOOD!
The setting was out on the back patio and set up in the amazing horseshoe courts at the Center. There was also a silent auction with donated baskets containing different goodies, from soaps to wines to events to even a Walmart card!
Fun and great fellowship was had by all and while the final tally isn't known to this author, as I was in attendance it seemed to be a wonderful success! Next time we'll have a flyer up ahead of time and do a better job of promoting the event.
Thank you to all who worked to make this successful, and contributed their time and efforts to make the Center ready for this event. And thanks to all who came and bought tickets, and goodies through the silent auction. We appreciate all of you!
James Newton Rounsavell was the Founder of Veterans Golf Park for Disabled Vets, dba Veterans Community Center. Jim was a life long golfer and began to realize that golf could help disabled vets with PTSD and TBI, two very degrading but all too common syndromes that affect our Vets.
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