When Ophelia McInturff started her term as president of the local Rotary Club, she knew she wanted to do something to help veterans.
As part of a service organization, every Rotary president is encouraged to start a community project they are passionate about. It didn’t take long for McInturff to make up her mind.
“My passion has always been for U.S. veterans,” said McInturff.
So she shared her idea with other Rotary members who happen to be veterans, of holding a day outside of Veterans ...
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