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Coldwell Banker Atlanta, Roswell Rotary announce fifth year for Honor Air
by Angela Spencer
aspencer@neighbornewspapers.com
June 07, 2012 02:45 PM | 2019 views | 0 0 comments | 29 29 recommendations | email to a friend | print
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Roswell Rotary Club and Coldwell Bankers announced they will be serving World War II veterans for a fifth year with the Honor Air program at the June 7 Rotary meeting. Honor Air will take place Oct. 10. From left: Rotary past president Gene Beckham, Rotary President David McCleary, Coldwell Banker Atlanta CFO Nathan Brown, Coldwell Atlanta President Charlotte Sears, Coldwell Atlanta Marketing Director Leslie Williamson and Rotary President-Elect Jacque Digieso.
Staff / Angela Spencer Roswell Rotary Club and Coldwell Bankers announced they will be serving World War II veterans for a fifth year with the Honor Air program at the June 7 Rotary meeting. Honor Air will take place Oct. 10. From left: Rotary past president Gene Beckham, Rotary President David McCleary, Coldwell Banker Atlanta CFO Nathan Brown, Coldwell Atlanta President Charlotte Sears, Coldwell Atlanta Marketing Director Leslie Williamson and Rotary President-Elect Jacque Digieso.
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At today's regular Roswell Rotary meeting, Coldwell Banker Atlanta and Roswell Rotary announced that, for the fifth year, they will be participating in Honor Air to bring World War II veterans to Washington, D.C. to see the National World War II Memorial.

"I want to say how honored and humbled we are to have this opportunity to help contribute to this Honor Air flight," said Coldwell Atlanta President Charlotte Sears. "We say that what we do is we help create the American Dream through the sales of homes, townhomes and commercial property, but really it's the World War II veterans who make that a possibility for all of us everyday."

Honor Air is a one-day program where local World War II veterans are flown to Washington, D.C. at no cost to them in order to see their memorial. This year's event will take place Oct. 10.

Roswell Rotary past president said Coldwell Banker Atlanta has been involved in Honor Air since the first trip, and agents from Coldwell donate part of the proceeds

from their sales to make the trip a reality.

Coldwell agents have also gone on the trip and helped locate veterans to take the trip.

"In the 60 plus [years of] history this club has in Roswell and all the service that we've done, I believe this is the one event - which has turned into four events - that has brought this club together more than anything else," said Beckham.
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