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Donations sought to help fund the future headquarters for veterans in need of help

 

By PAT FARRELL

 

Hope is defined as a feeling of expectation and desire for a certain thing to happen.

The hopes and dreams of giving a hand up to our military veterans that are at-risk and homeless in Mohave County are coming to fruition.

 

The Arnold Plaza hazmat abatement began on Monday, Oct. 23. The expected completion date is Dec. 1.

The abatement allows the Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council to purchase the building from its current owner. This is not a turnkey project and architectural, construction and refurbishment will require time and, most importantly, money.
An executive summary of this project is available for your review at www.javc.org and clicking on the Operation 6 tab.

You are invited to join us in this project.

The JAVC is asking for your donation to support the center. Donations can be made by check sent to:
JAVC
PO Box 4463
Kingman, AZ 86402

The memo section should be notated AP Project.

Credit Card donations can be made directly through the website www.javc.org and click on the Donations Tab.

Those who wish to provide cash donations need to call me at 928-716-3001 to make arrangements for pickup.

We are a public charity and will supply a tax donation letter for your records.

Please RSVP an email message to president@javc.org should you want more information or would like a speaker to address your group.

Thanks for your support!

Farrell is president of the Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council.

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A Spray Systems Environmental employee tapes plastic over a window at Arnold Plaza.

 

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Supervisor Charles Seis said he and his crew will be done remediating and rehabbing Arnold Plaza later this fall.

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