CHRISTMAS CAN CURE IN JACKSON

by Christian Mower on December 13, 2013

MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC ARE INVITED AND ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND OPENING CEREMONIES IN JACKSON FRIDAY MORNING FOR THE NON-PROFIT CHRISTMAS CAN CURE PROGRAM, STARTED BY THE CARRIER FAMILY OF JACKSON, THAT HOSTS WOUNDED U.S. SERVICEMEN AND WOMEN AND THEIR FAMILIES FOR SOME HOLIDAY REST AND RELAXATION IN THE VALLEY.

THE FLAG RAISING CEREMONY STARTS AT 10 0A.M. AT THE JACKSON TOWN OFFICES, WHERE A SELECTMAN WILL PRESENT EACH WOUNDED WARRIOR FAMILY WITH A PROCLAMATION MAKING THEM HONORARY CITIZENS OF JACKSON.

MUSIC WILL BE PROVIDED BY MEMBERS OF THE KENNETT HIGH SCHOOL BAND AND A STUDENT FROM JACKSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL WILL MAKE REMARKS.

TO CONTRIBUTE TO CHRISTMAS CAN CURE, VOLUNTEER OR GET MORE INFORMATION ABOUT IT, SEE THE WEBSITE AT www.christmascancure.org.