Stepping up for Stand Down Day
Rotarians, Interact Club members volunteer to aid homeless veterans
For the first time, the Morris Rotary Club and its extension at Morris Community High School, the Interact Club, participated in Chicago’s Stand Down Day, helping hundreds of homeless veterans.
The United States Department of Veterans Affairs Stand Down Days are held to prepare homeless veterans or veterans in need for the winter. Chicago veterans received coats, packages of food, screenings, hair cuts, clothing and more.
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