Brian Haynes(left) stands with Rotary Club of Carolina Forest Sunrise President Cindy Gettig (center) and Julius “Jewels” Strickland (right) at a recent club meeting as Combat Veterans Haynes and Strickland described the goals and objectives of the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association Chapter of Myrtle Beach.
The Myrtle Beach Chapter, founded in 2012 with a total of 37 members, is part of the National Association which is comprised of 15,000 members. With chapters in every state and four nations outside the USA, the local chapter is dedicated to providing services for needy veterans and is currently focused on providing housing for homeless veterans in our Grand Strand Community. They are seeking donations of “time ,treasure and talent” for their worthy projects. For more information, visit website www.combatvet.org, www.cvma34-3.com, or call 843-283-6126 for more information. To become a member, an applicant must own a motorcycle of 500cc or more, and submit form DD214 to determine eligibility in this elite group whose members have served our nation with distinction and are worthy of our support and appreciation. The RC of Carolina Forest Sunrise meets on the first and third Wednesdays of each month at 7:00 am at Beef O’Brady’s, Kroger Carolina Forest Mall. Any person interested in learning about how to serve our community are cordially invited to attend and enjoy a free full breakfast.
photo by Ralph Jones