Doo Wop fund raiser benefits Honor Flight


Funds from raffle tickets sold during the Doo Wop on the Block hosted by King’s Ace Hardware were donated by King’s to benefit the Veterans Honor Flight. A total of $900 was presented for the project which helps to pay for the expenses of Meigs County Veterans to fly to Washington D.C. to visit their memorials and thank veterans for their service. The Kings recently presented the $900 check to JoAnne Newsome who is an advocate for the local Honor Flight project. Pictured, from left, are T.J. King, Meigs County Veterans Advocate JoAnne Newsome, local veteran representative Tom Kibble, Tim King and Edie King.


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Funds from raffle tickets sold during the Doo Wop on the Block hosted by King’s Ace Hardware were donated by King’s to benefit the Veterans Honor Flight. A total of $900 was presented for the project which helps to pay for the expenses of Meigs County Veterans to fly to Washington D.C. to visit their memorials and thank veterans for their service. The Kings recently presented the $900 check to JoAnne Newsome who is an advocate for the local Honor Flight project. Pictured, from left, are T.J. King, Meigs County Veterans Advocate JoAnne Newsome, local veteran representative Tom Kibble, Tim King and Edie King.

Funds from raffle tickets sold during the Doo Wop on the Block hosted by King’s Ace Hardware were donated by King’s to benefit the Veterans Honor Flight. A total of $900 was presented for the project which helps to pay for the expenses of Meigs County Veterans to fly to Washington D.C. to visit their memorials and thank veterans for their service. The Kings recently presented the $900 check to JoAnne Newsome who is an advocate for the local Honor Flight project. Pictured, from left, are T.J. King, Meigs County Veterans Advocate JoAnne Newsome, local veteran representative Tom Kibble, Tim King and Edie King.
http://mydailytribune.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/42/2017/07/web1_7.27-Kings.jpgFunds from raffle tickets sold during the Doo Wop on the Block hosted by King’s Ace Hardware were donated by King’s to benefit the Veterans Honor Flight. A total of $900 was presented for the project which helps to pay for the expenses of Meigs County Veterans to fly to Washington D.C. to visit their memorials and thank veterans for their service. The Kings recently presented the $900 check to JoAnne Newsome who is an advocate for the local Honor Flight project. Pictured, from left, are T.J. King, Meigs County Veterans Advocate JoAnne Newsome, local veteran representative Tom Kibble, Tim King and Edie King. Courtesy photo