Turning Points in America provided lunch and next meals take-away food to homeless and at-risk veterans associated with the Jacksonville Clara White Mission.  The enjoyable luncheon and fellowship included submarine sandwiches and chips donated by Angie’s Subs Restaurant of Jacksonville Beach and fruit donated by Turning Points.  “We don’t know them all, but we owe them all.” said President Beth Heath of  Turning Points in America.  Volunteers with the Benghazi Tribute Team, Ponte Vedra American Legion, Ponte Vedra Tea Party and Turning Points welcomed and served the Veterans on June 22nd.  The event included a huge community outpouring of non-perishable food for next meals  donated by the Arlington Women’s Club, VFW 7909, Ponte Vedra American Legion, Ponte Vedra Tea Party and other individuals generous donations .  Shown (L to R) are volunteers Pat McBride, Emma Toomer, Sheila Brown-Jefferson and Lu Coberly of the Arlington Women’s Club with their donations to Veterans.  

The Jacksonville Free Press, Florida’s First Coast Quality Black Weekly Newspaper, featured the above article on the Turning Points in America luncheon to honor Veterans In-Need.

Turning Points in America extends our heartfelt thanks to the following other generous donors:  Fred Gottsalk, James Fitzpatrick, Randy McDaniel, Carole McManus, Ann Cook, Kenneth Rucker and Article6.org,  Michael Lohr, Debbie Thronblum, Sharon Davis, Celeste Sheble and our WWII family Bob and Shirley Hall.