It’s that time of year again to spoil the Moms in our lives! Surprise your Mom with a special box of sweet treats made by a local veteran-owned business. Pick-up will be at USO JBPHH on May 7th between 2:30 pm and 4 pm. This event is for mothers only. One box per family.
Thank you to our sponsor Gary Sinise Foundation for supporting this event! (Open to active duty service members & their families only. While supplies last.) No registration required! First come, first served while supplies last! Pickup Instructions: 1) Identify the USO van. There will be a table located approximately 6 feet from the van. 2) Please remain in your vehicle and pull up as close as you can to the table. Please ensure everyone in the vehicle above age 2 has a face mask on before approaching the table. If there are cars in front of you, allow 3-4 feet of space between vehicles. 3) Once you reach the table, USO staff members will hand you a Mother’s Day Treat Box. Address: JBPHH AMC Passenger Terminal (PARKING LOT) 355 Mamiya Ave. Bldg. 2028 JBPH-Hickam, HI 96853 Important Pick-up Information: Please be advised. The JBPHH AMC Passenger Terminal is closed. You will not be allowed entrance into the terminal. To maintain the safety of staff and attendees, please be respectful of our social distancing procedures. We thank you for your cooperation!View on Facebook
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