Some members of Team Red, White & Blue’s brand new Myrtle Beach chapter gather at a Best Friends Forever Pink Ribbon Run. Team RWB is open to all veterans, and civilians who want to help them, for greater community connections, through fitness and athletics, ways to improve social and well being, and volunteering. For more information, reach James Farr, a Marine Corps veteran with three Iraq deployments, at 817-965-3959, or email james.r.farr@gmail.com. More details at www.facebook.com/groups/teamrwbmyrtlebeach and www.teamrwb.org, and from the director, Cecilia Finch, by emailing cecilia.finch@teamrwb.org.
Some members of Team Red, White & Blue’s brand new Myrtle Beach chapter gather at a Best Friends Forever Pink Ribbon Run. Team RWB is open to all veterans, and civilians who want to help them, for greater community connections, through fitness and athletics, ways to improve social and well being, and volunteering. For more information, reach James Farr, a Marine Corps veteran with three Iraq deployments, at 817-965-3959, or email james.r.farr@gmail.com. More details at www.facebook.com/groups/teamrwbmyrtlebeach and www.teamrwb.org, and from the director, Cecilia Finch, by emailing cecilia.finch@teamrwb.org. Courtesy photo
Some members of Team Red, White & Blue’s brand new Myrtle Beach chapter gather at a Best Friends Forever Pink Ribbon Run. Team RWB is open to all veterans, and civilians who want to help them, for greater community connections, through fitness and athletics, ways to improve social and well being, and volunteering. For more information, reach James Farr, a Marine Corps veteran with three Iraq deployments, at 817-965-3959, or email james.r.farr@gmail.com. More details at www.facebook.com/groups/teamrwbmyrtlebeach and www.teamrwb.org, and from the director, Cecilia Finch, by emailing cecilia.finch@teamrwb.org. Courtesy photo

Team RWB’s new Myrtle Beach chapter to help vets connect in community

February 19, 2017 05:00 AM