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WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT ACCEPTS DONATION

The Spokane Chiefs and Washington Army National Guard made a donation to Wounded Warrior Project in the amount of $2,500 in a pre-game ceremony on Wednesday, March 7th.  The money raised was a portion of the proceeds from a silent auction of specially designed military themed jerseys the Chiefs wore on Saturday, January 28th when the Chiefs hosted the Kootenay Ice.  Spokane wore the jerseys to honor members of the Armed Services. 
 
Ian Anderson, a former United States Marine and Purple Heart winner, was on hand with several members of the Wounded Warrior Project on Wednesday night the donation from SSgt T.J. Gaia, a Wounded Warrior Alumni, and SFC James Kane of the Washington Army National Guard in a pre-game ceremony.  Anderson is currently serving Wounded Warrior Project, and his fellow wounded warrior alumni, as a Certified Peer Mentor in the Spokane area.
 
ABOUT THE WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT
The mission Wounded Warrior Project is to honor and empower wounded warriors.  Wounded Warrior Project’s purpose is to raise awareness and to enlist the public’s aid for the needs of injured service members, to help injured servicemen and women aid and assist each other, and to provide unique, direct programs and services to meet their needs.  Wounded Warrior Project is a national, nonpartisan organization, with a local area office located in Seattle, serving wounded warriors in the Northwest.  To get involved and learn more, visit www.woundedwarriorproject.org, or contact the Wounded Warrior Project, Northwest Alumni Manager, Jeffery “Doc” Sinchak, in the Seattle office at (206) 441-7096.

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