Adjutant General's Corps Regimental Association

AGCRA Rocket City Chapter Upcoming Events

Monthly Meeting – 2nd Tuesday of each Month, Java Café

Huntsville HAVOC Night Out – 6 April 2019, VBC

Morris Elementary Visit – 12 April 2019

Adopt-A-Mile – 27 April / 4 May 2019, Hwy 53, Mile Marker 325

Pancake Breakfast – 11 May 2019, Applebee’s Memorial

Memorial Day Ceremony – 27 May 2019, Maple Hill

SFC Jenkins’ Retirement – 1 June 2019, New Bern, NC

Rocket City Chapter BBQ – 15 June 2019, Huntsville

Tut Fann State Veterans Home Visit – July 2019 (TBD)

Chamber of Commerce – St. Jude – 1 August 2019

Black Tie Charity Ball – 3 August 2019, North Hall, VBC

St. Jude Walk/Run – 28 September 2019, Huntsville

Sempre Fi Community Task Force Heroes Week – 1-12 November 2019, Huntsville

Veteran’s Day Parade – 11 November 2019, Huntsville

Feed the Hungry – Thanksgiving Dinner – 29 November 2019, Huntsville

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Rocket City Chapter Community Service

By CW4 (Ret) EuGene Roberts

This past Thanksgiving, the Rose of Sharon Soup Kitchen in Huntsville, Alabama, allowed the poor and homeless in the Huntsville & Madison County area to celebrate the holiday with a proper Thanksgiving lunch.  This celebration had hot food, friends, and fellowship.

Members of the AGCRA Rocket City Chapter supported and took part in their 8th Annual Thanksgiving lunch at the Soup Kitchen.  They prepared a full range of holiday goodies for those in need.  80 to 100 needy North Alabama individuals were able to enjoy fellowship and good food.  The Soup Kitchen served turkeys, ham, dressing, mac and cheese, green beans and dozens of assorted pies, cakes and cookies.

The Rocket City Chapter throughout the year took time to help provide food that will help serve over 2,000 meals every month at the Soup Kitchen.  Thanksgiving wouldn’t be as special without the Rose of Sharon community.  “We’re playing games.  We’re laughing.  We’re telling stories with one another.  This is what Thanksgiving is about,” said Ms. Theresa Wilson, CEO of the Rose of Sharon.  “By volunteering we are part of the solution for the homeless in the Tennessee Valley.  Being a part of something bigger than ourselves, we wanted to help bring hope and opportunity to men, women and children who are physically and spiritually broken and exhausted,” added Ms. Wilson.

The Rose of Sharon serves breakfast and lunch from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM every Monday through Friday.  Their website is

Thanks to everyone from the Rocket City Chapter that came out to help for this year’s Thanksgiving lunch.

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