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April 22, 2014 4:44 PM

Editorial | Golfers needed for veterans fund-raiser to support scholarships; Wounded Warriors; vet center

The Grand Strand chapter of the Military Officers Association of America started a scholarship program for area high school seniors with one $500 and two $250 awards a few years ago, and that has increased to three $1,000 awards. Financing and increasing the scholarships for JROTC (Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps) members is one of the chapter’s main projects, along with wounded warrior trips to Myrtle Beach and the Veterans Welcome Home and Resource Center.

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