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2021 Update

July 1, 2021Press ReleaseAdjusting

Like you, 2020 and Covid was a big game changer for us.  We were unable to host any of our usual fundraisers, but through the generous hearts of those who knew Joseph (and some who did not), we received donations that covered the minimal expenses the Foundation incurs.  We held back on fundraising, so any available money could be directed to charities and individuals of the community who were in need of financial assistance.

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2020 Flat Joe 5k

June 3, 2020Press ReleaseVirtual Run September 8, 2020

Due to current events and COVID19, we are canceling the Flat Joe 5k Run at the Walton County Veterans Memorial.  We will, however, hold a virtual run on September 8, 2020.  Please stay tuned for more details!

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2020 - A New Decade!

February 5, 2020Press Release2020 kicks off with a fundraiser for Stop Soldier Suicide sponsored by David Sarver

Following the completion of the memorial in Monroe, Georgia and at the 6th SFS, MacDill, Florida, the Lt. Helton Memorial Foundation is helping raise money for charities whose focus is serving our Veterans at home.

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6th Annual Flat Joe 5k & 1 Mile Fun Run

March 30, 2019Press ReleaseAt the new Walton County Veterans Memorial May 18, 2019

May 18, 2019

The 6th Annual

Flat Joe 5k & 1 Mile Fun Run

For more information: www.flatjoe5k.com

To register online  www.runsignup.com

Printable snail mail registration available at both sites.

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Art Rozier

January 15, 2019Press ReleaseHe left his mark before he left the building...

It was with great astonishment and sadness that I learned of Art Rozier's preciptious departure from our earthbound ranks.  It's times like this that one realizes how fickle life can be.

When Art first took over from Larry Hoff, I had some concerns, as those were some pretty big shoes to fill, but those concerns were unfounded.  Art definitely stepped up to the plate, and left his own mark on the AFJROTC program, the Lt. Helton Memorial Foundation, and within our community.  He, like Larry Hoff, was a precious resource whom I will miss, both professionally and personally.

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