SeaComm recently donated an additional $10,000 to the “Bringing the A-4 Home” fund, which was developed to bring an A-4 Skyhawk fighter plane to Brasher. This plane was developed for the US Navy and Marine Corp, and played a key role in the Vietnam War. The plane will be permanently placed across from the municipal building in Brasher Falls. “SeaComm has committed to the idea that our veterans and their sacrifices be recognized by efforts such as this,” states A-4 Committee member James Kelley. “We ask others to follow their lead.” To date SeaComm has contributed $15,000.
Organizers of the “Bringing the A-4 Home” fund Gene Cummings and James Kelley, SeaComm President and CEO Scott A. Wilson, A-4 Organizer Dave MacMillan, American Legion Post 514 Commander Jim Stickney, Tri-Town Chamber of Commerce Director Allen Fukes and SeaComm Board of Director Keith Edwards.