2018-04-15 / News

‘Taco Tuesday’ donation supports homeless veterans



Joe Gamey, founder of Project Brotherhood Resolve, presented Habitat for Humanity Project Coordinator of Lapeer and Tuscola Counties Cheryl Holland and Chapter President Jerry Webb with a $1,200 check for homeless veterans’ housing Wednesday. “We can’t help everyone, but we can help the ones we can,” Gamey said. His group raised the money through its Taco Tuesday event held the first Tuesday of the month at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4139, 128 Daley Rd. in Mayfield Township Project Brotherhood Resolve will serve up tacos at 5:30 p.m. May 1 at the Post. Tacos will cost $1, nachos for $3 and a two-taco combo plate with rice, beans and a beverage for $5. 
Photo by Phil Foley Joe Gamey, founder of Project Brotherhood Resolve, presented Habitat for Humanity Project Coordinator of Lapeer and Tuscola Counties Cheryl Holland and Chapter President Jerry Webb with a $1,200 check for homeless veterans’ housing Wednesday. “We can’t help everyone, but we can help the ones we can,” Gamey said. His group raised the money through its Taco Tuesday event held the first Tuesday of the month at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4139, 128 Daley Rd. in Mayfield Township Project Brotherhood Resolve will serve up tacos at 5:30 p.m. May 1 at the Post. Tacos will cost $1, nachos for $3 and a two-taco combo plate with rice, beans and a beverage for $5. Photo by Phil Foley

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