6/8/18 Thanks to BEHR and Jim for donating the paint for the outside of Arnold Plaza!
6/8/18 Thanks to R&R Hitches for piloting the Swamp Cooler search!
6/4/18 Thank you, Laron, for donation of the truck!
Steve L and his wife wanted the car to be donated to a local veteran in need. Steve S was selected as the lucky guy and the car has allowed Steve S to gain employment. The vehicle was in need of repairs and Ken Hewitt from DES Veterans Employment applied to the Arizona Department of Veterans Services for a “Tool Kit” grant to pay for most of the repairs. As the repairs exceeded the grant allowance the JAVC picked up the tab for the rest.
Message from Steve: Hi Pat, yes in honor of my late wife Linda Robley Levin, and you could mention my name too if it’s ok. Thank you… Steve Levin
First- Steve L with the donated vehicle
Second- Ralph and Richard prepare the vehicle for transport
Third- From L to R- Orval, Pat, Steve S and Ken as the donation was completed
Thanks to all involved.
Christie Lopez of the VFW Post 2555 Auxiliary in Golden Valley makes a donation to Pat Farrell, President of the JAVC.
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8/18/17: American Woodmark Foundation for donation of $52,000 to Cerbat Elementary and the Jerry Ambrose Veteran’s Council. From left to right, American Woodmark Quality Engineer Doug Scholl, American Woodmark Human Resources Supervisor Colleen Daugherty, American Woodmark Team Leader Benny Ruelas, JAVC Women’s Program Director Charlee Long and JAVC President Pat Farrell.
The Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council was presented a check for $12,000. JAVC President Pat Farrell said that money is going toward refurbishing Arnold Plaza downtown. “Every single penny of it,” Farrell said. He plans on turning the plaza into a veteran’s center to help homeless and unemployed veterans get back on their feet. Before work starts on the plaza, it must be clean of asbestos and other harmful chemicals. Farrell is waiting on a fiscal year 2018 budget approval from the federal government. Once they sign off on the abatement project, it could begin as early as November.
7-3-17: 66 Auto Sales donates $1,000 to the Jerry Ambrose Veteran’s Council Fund. This fund helps veterans in need to obtain various services and assistance with most of the issues that the veteran or veteran’s family may run into. Pictured left to right: Kari Jo Hill, Pat Farrell and Renai Hill.