Camp Pendleton families receive lawn mowers
Last updated 7/24/2008 at Noon
BLOOMINGTON, MN — Serving in Iraq is tough on family men such as USMC Capt. Jason Actis of Camp Pendleton, but the stress on the family left behind is often underestimated.
The burden on the Actis family and 14 others is being relieved, at least a little, with the delivery of a new Lawn-Boy walk-behind mower.
Lawn-Boy and Project EverGreen, a national nonprofit organization, have established the “Mowers for Military Families” program for families with loved ones serving in the Middle East. Families were nominated online.
The new mower was delivered to the Actis family on July 2. An...