The Jaguars Foundation Grant Commitment of $100,000.00 for the National POW/MIA Memorial at Cecil Field was received by Chaplain Patrick Archuleta, a Board of Directors Member and Managing Chaplain for the Chapel of The High-Speed Pass.

Chaplain Archuletta recently visited the Jaguars Foundation Office to thank the Jaguars Foundation and present “POW/MIA and Chapel Challenge Coins” on behalf of the Board of Directors for their generosity

Coins were given to Mark Lamping, President of the Jaguars Organization, Whitney Meyer and Peter Racine of the Jaguars Foundation for supporting the ongoing project to bring The National POW/MIA Memorial & Museum to Northeast Florida.”

From left to right: Mark Lamping (President of the Jaguars Organization) Reverend Patrick Archuletta (Chaplain – Chapel of the High-Speed Pass, Whitney Meyer and Peter Racine of the Jaguars

Samples of the coins that were presented to the Jaguars Foundation

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