LCA Joins With Chick-fil-A for Soldiers' Angels
Beta and National Honor Society students from Loganville Christian Academy are hosting a benefit at the Loganville Chick-fil-A tonight to benefit men and women of the military and their families.
From 5 - 8 p.m. Oct. 27, Beta and National Honor Society students from Loganville Christian Academy will be partnering with Loganville Chick-fil-A and Soldiers' Angels, volunteer-led non-profit organizations, to assist veterans, wounded and deployed personnel and their families. The students will be assisting the Chick-fil-A staff with hosting the event and cleaning tables. A portion of sales during those hours will go towards the work of Soldiers' Angels.
There will be military members in attendance as well as Robert Stokley, father of Loganville fallen soldier Sgt. Michael Stokely. The drive-up to the LCA campus currently bears a line of American flags, put up by Robert Stokely, to bring awareness to the event.
To learn more about Soldiers' Angels visit their website at www.soldiersangels.org. If you would like to make a “love-gift” donation, you may do so at the Loganville Chick-Fill-A Thursday evening.