ART & INDOOR SKYDIVING
The program is inspired in memory of Petty Officer 1st Class Joshua Harris, 36, of Lexington, North Carolina, died August 30, 2008, from injuries sustained while conducting combat operations in Afghanistan. He was a former architecture and art student that created a masterful collection that has been displayed in New York galleries.
Our Skydiving Art program uses art as a form of therapy to open up communications and express gratitude for our surviving spouses because of the challenges that they face.
The boys did an "I Love you" beautiful art for their mom. Then we took them into the wind tunnel to fly like angels with their father 1SG Bill J. Siercks who is in heaven smiling watching his boys take flight today
The boys' mother stated that it has been an incredible transformation for the boys including herself. She is grateful for the experience because it brought her closer to her kids and her husband.
Please keep these boys and their mom in your prayers.
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