Martin Luther King Day
Service Member Family Dinner a Smash Success!
A Service Member family dinner to celebrate MLK Day was hosted at the JIC Center in Waukegan on January 16th by Northern Illinois Recovery Community Organization (NIRCO), the Lake County Veterans and Family Services Foundation (LCVFSF) and Veterans Path to Hope. Dr. Mary Roberson and Deb Lewis were the valued coordinators of the dinner that was donated by Gurnee Mission Bar-B-Que and their Community Coordinator, Emma Amore. The event attracted 32 Veterans, service and family members from three different Cup-A-Joes of LCVFSF.
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