The Military Officers Association of America – Ancient City Chapter and Veterans Council of St. Johns County hosted this event at Anastasia Baptist Church. There were atrium displays from 9:30-11 a.m., and the main event began at 11:11 a.m. The displays included the Traveling Vietnam Wall and Agent Orange Quilt of Tears. Admission was free.
TRACY SEFCIK, A NAVY VET ARRIVED AT THE ST. AUGUSTINE PIER THURSDAY MORNING, 3 MAY AT 10:30 AM. TRACY HAD A MOTORCYCLE AND POLICE ESCORT AS SHE RODE THE LAST 5 MILES OF HER LONG JOURNEY FROM SAN DIEGO TO ST. AUGUSTINE.
TRACY STARTED HER LONG JOURNEY MORE THAT 2 MONTHS AGO AND TRAVELED 3184 MILES TO RAISE MORE THAN $25000 FOR THE GARY SINISE FOUNDATION.
Vet 4 Vets tries to ensure Veterans are respected and recognized for their service, always receive the benefits and entitlements they were promised and earned. First Coast.TV got a chance to speak to Robert Adelhelm and Fred Blaz to get more details about this movement that is making a difference.