dhorn
May 13, 2017

Club donation to Coffee Bunker

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Not a "help" post but an update on club business. I picked up about 60 kits from a garage sale today and the "club" donated them to the Coffee Bunker. 3 large U-haul boxes and one medium box full of kits. Jets props, modern & WWII okus one armor kit.

Peter Zalesak
May 18, 2017

That's fantastic! If you want to find out more about the great work that the Coffee Bunker does with our Vets, visit their website at https://www.coffeebunker.org/mission/

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