Eglin JDAM employees conduct Children in Crisis Wingman Day

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Ken Hair, Children in Crisis president, center, receives a signed card and $210 donation from Sharon Pedersen and the JDAM International team during a recent Wingman Day at Children in Crisis.

Special to the News Bulletin
Published: Thursday, July 25, 2013 at 02:39 PM.

NICEVILLE — JDAM International employees on Eglin Air Force Base donated their time, talents and hard work during a recent "Wingman Day" to spruce up Children in Crisis Neighborhood.

Children in Crisis, along with Sharon Pedersen and Steve Baldock of JDAM, coordinated the workday, which included lawn maintenance and spring-cleaning of foster homes. Workdays, every Saturday morning and selected weekdays, allow volunteers to maintain and improve the facility.

"Members of the JDAM International team were willing to roll up their sleeves and support our worthy cause … It’s all about the kids!" Ken Hair, CIC president and CEO, said.


The Children’s Neighborhood is an emergency shelter and foster home provider for children removed without notice from an unsafe environment.

Call 864-4242 or visit for more details.

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