BUFORD -- Former Atlanta Falcon and future NFL Hall of Famer Morten Andersen announced recently that his foundation along with the Jillson Family and other community partners raised $83,000 for Operation One Voice at the inaugural Special Teams for Special Ops Golf Tournament at Hawks Ridge Golf Club.
"On behalf of the Morten Andersen Family Foundation, Operation One Voice and the Jillson Family, I would like to thank all those who supported our inaugural tournament," Andersen said. "It was a life-changing day spent honoring our special operations forces and their families. We had a powerful outpouring of support from the community, and in total raised $83,000 to support the families of these humble and selfless warriors. I look forward to continuing this new annual tradition next year and hope to see you on the green!"
For more information or to make a donation to support Operation One Voice's mission, visit www.specialteamsforspecialops.com.
Operation One Voice is a program designed by police officers, firefighters and community leaders to raise funds to help support the immediate needs of children and families of fallen and wounded Special Operations Forces.
Super Hero Day at Chick-fil-A
LOGANVILLE -- Guests are invited to come out to Chick-fil-A in Loganville for a special Super Hero Day from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday.
Costumed superheroes such as Spider-Man, Superman and Chick-fil-A's very own DeciBell will be available for family photos. Meet the creator of Galaxy Man comics and Galactic Quest comic shop owner Kyle Puttkammer. He will be joined by Marcus Williams as they celebrate a sneak peek of their newest comic book, "Hero Cats!"
For more information, visit www.galacticquest.com.
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