Fallbrook Women’s Connection to hear patriotic program, men and children welcome


Last updated 7/8/2017 at Noon

Former Marine Julian Torres and his wife, Ashley, live in an adaptive home.

FALLBROOK – On Friday, July 21, the Fallbrook Women’s Connection will host a patriotic program, which will include men and children, for a delicious brunch at the Grand Tradition Estate & Gardens, from 10 a.m. until noon.

Scott Youngren, a Fallbrook contractor for the non-profit organization Homes for Our Troops, will discuss the guidelines for building adaptive homes for deserving wounded warriors. To date, he has built 20 homes in southern California for wounded warriors in all branches of military service. Special guest recipients, former Marine Julian Torres, along with his wife, Ashley, will talk about how this adaptive home has simplified and forever changed their lives for the better.

Guest speaker John Reed, former Marine, retired Santa Ana police officer, and ventriloquist, will bring his sidekick, Shortstuff, who will chronicle “The Stages of Life” and how Christ has influenced those stages. He will also talk about how life gets better with age.

Special music will be provided by Fallbrook resident Sandra Kopitzke who will sing the National Anthem. Pianist Jean Dixon will provide the background music.

The cost per ticket is $22 for adults and $12 for children, which includes brunch prepared by The Grand Tradition which is at 220 Grand Tradition Way, (turn at Mission and Grand Tradition Way near the Econo Lodge). Free childcare will be provided for younger children with reservations.

To make a reservation, call Ginny at (760) 723-3633 or Sheila at (760) 731-7025 or email Fallbrookwomen@roadrunner.com. Sponsored by Stonecroft.


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