Michael Lydick, Lake City Elks Lodge #893 Veterans Committee chairman, stands with Cynthia Voltz of the Lake City VA Medical Center, as the two showoff a 65-inch television that was recently donated to the facility. The TV was one of several items donated for veterans who have been restricted from normal social outings due to the global pandemic. (COURTESY)
Michael Lydick (from left), Mike Carey, Karie Yates, Ben Givens and Daniel Crapps stand near carts containing an Xbox One S game console, multiple game controllers, video games, leather hobby kits, plastic model car, boat and airplane kits that were recently donated to local veterans. (COURTESY)
Paula Cummings (from left), stands with Michael Lydick, Stephanie Bennett, Michael Carey (Lake City VA Medical Center assistant chief of Voluntary Services) and Cynthia Voltz as they hold personal hygiene products donated to veterans at the facility. (TONY BRITT/Lake City Reporter)
A program offering veterans residing in assisted living or specialized housing an opportunity to visit see rodeos, monster truck shows, hockey, professional football or the Jacksonville Zoo, was…
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