Friday, February 21, 2014
The “Honor Flight” movie is a heart-warming documentary about four World War II veterans and a Midwestern community that came together to give them the trip of a lifetime to visit the Washington, DC memorial in their honor.
Bridges will host an encore showing on Tuesday, Feb. 25, at 2 p.m. at the Berkeley Electric Cooperative (across from Westview Elementary), 2 Spring Hall Rd., Goose Creek, S.C.
Admission will be free, and refreshments will be provided. Donations will be appreciated and will benefit Honor Flight Lowcountry. Helping to make this event possible is support from Amedysis Hospice, Family Services, Hospice of Charleston-Gentiva, Intrepid Hospice, Lutheran Hospice, Odyssey Hospice and Southern Care Hospice.
Representatives from Honor Flight Lowcountry will be on hand to talk about their late April flight to Washington, DC. Spaces are still available. The trip is free for veterans of World War II and the Korean War. Men and women who served in other wars are welcome on a space-available basis, and terminally ill or frail veterans from any conflict are given priority. For more information, visit HonorFlightLowcountry.com.