GuideOne Foundation MyCause Awards named a VIAA member a finalist…

BG 33GuideOne recognized Bob Graves as a finalist in Missouri for the GuideOne Foundation MyCause Awards. The MyCause Awards Program recognizes individuals who are seen as unsung heroes in their communities for their efforts of improving the lives of others. You may not know, but Bob Graves is a Board Member and Flight Leader for Greater St. Louis Honor Flight. Honor Flight is an organization committed to helping our oldest of Veterans, most urgently our World War II Veterans with a day of honor. They do this by an all-expenses paid trip to Washington DC to visit the World War II Memorial, built to honor their service and sacrifice.

Voting is open now thru January 4th and you can vote at MyCause Awards page by clicking Missouri.

GO BOB!

 

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