Pop Up Food Drive
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Performing LIVE ON STAGE!!!
Private Show, WI – SOLD OUT – 9/8/21
Private Show, WI – SOLD OUT – 9/9/21
McPherson Opera House, McPherson, KS – 9/20/21
Merryman Performing Arts Center, Kearney, NE 9/21/21
Blue Gate Performing Arts Center, Shipshewana, IN 9/23/21
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Birthday Phone Call
Bobby Poynton was delighted to wish Betty Card a very Happy Birthday on August 25th. Betty followed up by saying “The phone call was the highlight of my Birthday! Bobby will never know how much I needed that call and how much it meant to me. I couldn’t have asked for a better birthday.”
Could you be the next person to receive a Birthday call?
You must be a registered LCP member. Membership is FREE!
Email your contact information and birthdate (month and day) to:
Pop Up Food Drive – Massillon, Ohio
Mark your calendar for Saturday, October 9, 2021!
The Lettermen will be performing at the Lions Lincoln Theatre in Massillon, Ohio and will host the second Pop Up Food Drive. In collaboration with the Salvation Army, and the Lions Lincoln Theatre, we look forward to serving those in need in Massillon.
If you are planning to attend the show, donations will be accepted at the door at a designated table.
For those not in the area, or not able to attend this performance, once again we have set up an Amazon Wish List. The link is posted to our social media pages. Anything purchased from the Wish List will be received at our office and delivered to Massillon.
Requested items include:
*Mac & Cheese .
*Soups – Chicken Noodle and Vegetable Soup
*Peanut butter and Jelly
*Pancake Mix and Pancake Syrup Spaghetti Sauce
Ramen Noodles (Chicken and Beef) Tuna
Canned Pears and Peaches
Canned Vegetables and Mixed Fruit Pork & Beans
* Denotes most needed/desired items
Thank you for your support.
Let’s continue to spread Peace, Love and Harmony!
Operation Gratitude – Your Greeting Cards In Action
In true LCP fashion, our members have gone above and beyond yet again. We greatly surpassed our goal of 250 cards for Operation Gratitude. Our cards have been shipped, and while we won’t know each individual recipient, we do know that they will be appreciated as a token of thanks and support to those serving to protect us. The surplus cards were donated to the Youngstown Air Reserve Station (YARS) out of Youngstown, Ohio. It is a joy to share with you the below response email. Simple acts of kindness matter, and we thank each and every one who participated in this project. We are exploring opportunities for an ongoing partnership with YARS.
I wanted to take a moment to send a note of thanks, on behalf of 910th Airlift Wing commander and Youngstown Air Reserve Station, Ohio (YARS) installation commander, Col. Jeff Van Dootingh, for the very kind show of support for our Reserve Citizen Airmen through the delivery of the more than 125 greeting cards sent by members of the Lettermen Community Project.
Some of these cards will be given to a small group of our Air Force Reservists that will deploy for overseas duty this fall to support the Air Force’s worldwide mission to Fly Fight and Win, supporting the national defense of the United States.
The remainder of the cards will be given to our 910th Security Forces Squadron Defenders and our 910th Civil Engineer Fire Department Firefighters. These brave men and women are the 910th’s very own first responders. They protect not only YARS but support neighboring police and fire departments through mutual aid agreements.
I really appreciate that you hand delivered the cards to YARS earlier this week. I am also grateful that fate would have our professional paths cross again after some many years to connect two well-known entities in Western Pennsylvania and Northeast Ohio… The Lettermen and the 910th Airlift Wing.
The service aspect of The Lettermen Project mirrors one of the Air Force Values of ‘Service Before Self’ and that is reflected in the group’s effort to hand write these cards, collect them from far and wide and get them to you to give to First Responders and Military Members to express thanks and support for their service. I had the opportunity to read through some of the cards and was truly touched by the sentiments expressed by the members of The Lettermen Community Project. I am sure our Reserve Citizen Airmen will be equally grateful for the cards and to know they are supported and appreciated by the members of your organization.
In closing, Congratulations to The Lettermen on 60 years of success in music since their debut single launched in the summer of 1961. I remember seeing Tony and the group back when we did work together in the early 2000s and thoroughly enjoying the show. I am very pleased to see the current lineup is still touring and bringing happiness through their song catalog to people around the world. I wish The Lettermen and The Lettermen Community Project many more years of continued success.
Thank you again for this for this very kind show of support for our Reserve Citizen Airmen through the delivery of the very thoughtful greeting cards sent by members of the Lettermen Community Project.
I look forward to the possibility of working together with your group in the future to send more cards to the 910th’s Reserve Citizen Airmen as they continue to work here in the Mahoning Valley and deploy around the world to defend our nation.
Spotlight…Facebook LIVE With Rob Gulack
talented singer Rob Gulack. Get to know our newest member!
Friday, October 29, 2021
5:00 PM Pacific ~ 6:00 PM Mountain
7:00 PM Central ~ 8:00 PM Eastern
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Hello Lettermen Friends!
It’s almost the holiday season. The time we all celebrate the blessings of family, friends and most of all… mankind. In the last couple of years we’ve heard over and over “We’re all in this together”! This is more true NOW than ever before. So this year, through the LCP, we are going to try to make this Christmas a little better by giving two families presents and a restaurant gift card to enjoy a Christmas dinner they might not otherwise have.
If you know of such a family in need of a little help this season, please nominate them. All of us have seen how much can be done when we join hands.
Together we can make Christmas a little better for two deserving families in need this year.
Peace, Love and Harmony, Donovan Tea
Through October 31, 2021 we will accept nominations of families you personally know who could use a little Holiday spirit. To submit a family for consideration, send us a short essay describing the family and why you believe they should be a Secret Santa recipient. If your nomination is chosen, we will work with you in the month of November to coordinate the details. Please be sure you have access to personally deliver the packages and gift card as an ambassador of the LCP.
Email nominations to: LettermenCommunityProject@gmail.com