SOUTHPORT IN MASHPEE HOLDS SPECIAL VETERAN’S DAY CEREMONY

More than 300 people attended a special Veteran’s Day ceremony on Friday, November 11th at Southport’s Village Center clubhouse in Mashpee.  The ceremony included a presentation of children’s clothing, toys, supplies and monetary donations to Don Cox of the Cape Cod Military Support Foundation that recently lost over 2,000 toys in a blaze.  The toys were to be distributed at the annual Children’s Christmas Party for 800 kids that the Foundation hosts each year at Joint Base Cape Cod which includes Otis Air National Guard.

The ceremony at Southport also included the presentation of a check for $8,000 given by Ron Bonvie of Bonvie Homes to Cyndy Jones, treasurer of Heroes in Transition. This money will be used to train a new service dog to another deserving veteran, very likely a Southport homeowner. At the November 11th event, a service dog named “Southie” was presented to Southport resident and veteran Chuck Warry from donations that were raised by Bonvie and Southport residents at last year.

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PHOTO CAPTION: Southport Developer and Builder Ron Bonvie (far right) of Bonvie Homes presents a check for $8,000 to Heroes in Transition to help train a new service dog for a deserving veteranReceiving this year’s check were members of the Heroes in Transition Team (left to right): Director Michael Procek, Director of Development Nicole Spencer, Vice President Kenneth Jones and Treasurer Cynthia Jones.  The presentation was made at the annual Veteran’s Day ceremony held at Southport in Mashpee where the over 300 people attending saw Southport resident Chuck Warry receive his service dog, “Southie” that was made possible from donations Bonvie and residents raised a year ago.

Not pictured: Don Cox , director of the Cape Cod Military Support Foundation (CCMSF) thanks Southport developer Ron Bonvie of Bonvie Homes for the toys, clothing and money that he and Southport residents donated to the Foundation which recently lost 2,000 toys in a fire at Joint Base Cape Cod. The toys and clothing will be distributed at the Foundation’s annual Christmas party scheduled for December 11th

For more information about Bonvie Homes, visit BonvieLiving.com or call 800.598.7410.

Author: Mashpee Chamber of Commerce

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