Actor and humanitarian Gary Sinise gets inspired by Lancaster High School Students who started Operation All the Way Home with an effort to build wounded warrior, Jerral Hancock a home in the Antelope Valley. So, Gary’s bringing his band, the Lt. Dan Band to Lancaster, California on May 10th for a Lt. Dan Band concert where proceeds will go towards building Jerral that house.
Amazing students at Lancaster High School, enjoy patriotism, veterans, being INVOLVED. Jerrol Hancock and other wounded heros/vets
Jerral Hancock Receives New Tank Track Wheelcheer
OATH SPECIAL THANK YOUs
Operation All The Way Home would like to thank Los Angeles County Supervisor, Michael D. Antonovich, for his continued support and for the invitation to visit the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Meeting on October 8, 2013. It was a very special day for everyone!
Operation All The Way Home would like to extend a special “Thank You” to Congressman Buck McKeon, 25th District. Thank you for your enthusiastic support and for your special visit with the OATH students at Lancaster High School.
Thank you to Captain Wood, Lt Hernandez, staff and inmates at the CA State Prison – Los Angeles County for the amazing fundrasing efforts of all involved. Initiated by inmates who heard about Jerral Hancock and Operation All The Way Home, an art auction was held and the items sold were paintings, jewelry, bead-work and greeting cards created and donated by the inmates. Between the art auction and a church offering, the inmates and staff raised over $2,500! Thank you to everyone involved!
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