The Jacksonville Free Press, Florida’s First Coast Quality Black Weekly Newspaper, features article on the Turning Points in America breakfast to honor Veterans lost in the Battle of Benghazi and in appreciation of all U. S. veterans.
Local charity Turning Points in America· honored veterans last weekend with a capacity crowd for the “Flapjack Breakfast” at Applebee’s Restaurant at the St. Johns Town Center. The Flapjack Breakfast was in appreciation of all veterans and in honor of the soldiers lost in the Battle of Benghazi. Tickets for the full breakfast were complimentary for the invaluable service rendered by local heroes. Music selections were performed by the Let Freedom Sing Chorus and attendees spontaneously joined in the cherished patriotic singing. Veterans with the Clara White Mission joined other Patriots in serving the breakfast. Military and first-responders from the Veterans Enforcers Military Association also stopped by on the way to the Daytona Speedway event. Shown are veterans from the Clara White Mission who served breakfast and finally had a break to enjoy their breakfast too. Shown above is Claude James. Bernard Taylor, Kenneth and Caleb Perdue.