Wounded Warrior 1
For the Wounded Warrior Project benefit to be a success, it took
the hard work of plenty of volunteers, as seen above.
Wounded Warrior 2
Tim LaPorte takes advantage of the cool entertainment. LaPorte
is a warrior volunteer and firefighter.
Wounded Warrior 3
Three Points Fire paramedics Adam Rodriguez, left, and Charles
Hay manned the grill while wearing gas masks.
Wounded Warrior 4
Keith Messing was one of the big winners of the day. He won a
raffle that gave away a guitar from El-Loco.
Wounded Warrior 5
Members of the Southern Arizona Chapter for the Arizona Red
Cross participated in the Wounded Warrior event.
Posted: Wednesday, August 31, 2011 3:00 am
Event coordinators were pleased with the turnout for the Wounded
Warrior Project benefit held at the Picture Rocks Fire Station on
Aug. 20. The event was coordinated by Marcia Hay and raised an
Hay got involved in the Wounded Warrior Project after her
brother was injured in Afghanistan. Sgt. “Mac” McCulloch was
injured when the vehicle he was riding in was hit by a
After hearing stories about the injuries her brother, and other
members of his unit suffered, Hay wanted to get involved.
To raise money locally, Hay hosted the Aug. 20 event that
featured fun, food and entertainment.
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Wednesday, August 31, 2011 3:00 am.