Nonprofit FOB Summit County Co. thanks community |

Nonprofit FOB Summit County Co. thanks community

The local nonprofit FOB Summit County Co. would like to thank everyone who came out recently and showed their support of our mission and to say hi to Spec. Chris Campbell’s (who is in Afganistan fighting in the war) wife, Summer, and her two kids up from Fort Carson. To the Elks Lodge and all the great people who cooked and donated their time to make a successful fundraiser for FOB SCCO, to Liz and Al Wicker who opened their hearts for my nonprofit and to show me once again that this community we live in cares about our fighting warriors and their families. I have been bringing up military personnel to Summit County for the last four years to show them what they have fought and are fighting for. I still need help with monetary donations and volunteers for upcoming events, contact me at if you’d like to help.

Tom Torres

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