COD Photo Club Provides Free Family Portraits for Military Families – “Valentines for Veterans” February 7
World War II Veteran Willard Smith and his wife Joyce participated in the inaugural “Valentines for Veterans” event at the COD Photo Studios Saturday, February 7.
Thanks again to the Valentines for Veterans Volunteers – All of you demonstrated your many talents, teamwork, and professionalism to all the veterans we photographed. It was great to see you all using the skills you learn in classes in a real-world project that gives back to the community. I was touched by your enthusiasm for this service project. and am sure the military families were, too. I hope we can do it bigger, better and serve more families next year.
Valentines for Veterans volunteers – (Back Row) Miles Boone, JoAnn Hartley, Victor Aguirre, Becky J. Davis, Robin Tryloff, Susan Krpan, Jean Jung-McBride, Frank Jackowiak, (Middle Row) Martina Magnusson, Patti Mendoza, Sally Blottiaux, Julie Klemens, Terry Vitacco. (Front Row) Deb Wesley and Jamie Matthews. (Not Pictured) Lorae Mundt, Bryan Mundt, Adam Lee and Sue Bauer Lee.
JoAnn Hartley (Right) does a few test shots with the Valentines for Veterans volunteers before the event. (Front Row) Lorae Mundt, Martina Magnusson and Sue Lee-Bauer. (Back Row) Julie Klemens and Adam Lee.
Lightroom Editors Becky Jane Davis (Left) and Sue Krpan enjoy reviewing the photographers’ files at the Valentines for Veterans event February 7.
Photographers Robin Tryloff and Jean Jung McBride (Left to Right) listen to Joyce and Willard R Smith recount stories of World War II as they waited for the Lightroom editing to be done at the Valentines for Veterans event.
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