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Tony Lennon, the regional director of MMIA, gave a stirring presentation to the Seven Lakes Kiwanis about the impact Military Missions In Action have had on assisting veterans with disabilities, members of the Armed Forces and their families.

Some of their projects included: Installation of a metal ramp (using donated parts) at the home of a veteran’s widow, a motorized tub lift for a World War II amputee, and complete renovation of a donated house to MMIA with the stipulation that it be provided to a deserving veteran family. 

Their Fill the Footlocker program works with the local community to collect donations of personal hygiene items, snacks and movies to ship to soldiers overseas. 

“When we’re not building things or sending care packages overseas, we selectively collect and distribute used furniture and appliances, help veterans with small repairs and in some cases, find them assistance from other nonprofits,” he said. “He ended his presentation by thanking the local community for their fantastic support and to the wonderful crew of volunteers who allow us to channel more than 90 percent of all donations directly to our projects.” 

John Blue UDC

The John Blue Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy met Thursday, Nov. 18, at the Postmaster’s House in Aberdeen. Hostesses were Anna Edwards and Rivan Harter. They served a pumpkin dessert, homemade butter mints, candy corn, nuts, and cream cheese sandwiches, with spiced tea. 

President Dorothy Thomas led the group in the pledges and ritual after which Brenda Lawlor, recording secretary, read the minutes from the October meeting. Treasurer Martha Faircloth, gave the treasurer’s report. Paula Caddell reported on plans for the new interactive museum to be built in Fayetteville, which will be coming around to collect remembrances and scan memorabilia from the Civil War era.

Members were invited to the annual Christmas Ball to take place in Greensboro. Dues were collected and plans were made for the chapter’s annual Christmas luncheon. Claudyne Brock and Diane Edwards volunteered to make gifts for everyone attending.

Lynda Turbeville gave a program on “Sherman and the Lost Mill Workers of Roswell, Ga.”  This was  an event that badly damaged Gen. Sherman's reputation in the North and probably ended his presidential aspirations.


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