Garrison commander accepts quality of life funds

By Jim CunninghamJuly 22, 2009

Col. Larry 'Pepper' Jackson (right)
accepts a check for $3,224.81 from Renee Acosta (center), President and CEO of Global Impact of
the Combined Federal Campaign and Maj. Gen. Lawrence L. Wells (left), United States Forces Korea deputy chief of staff. More than
$62,000 was earmarked for Family and youth programs in Korea. The funds presented are from those funds given by USFK personnel
for Family support and youth programs. The CFC overseas is one of two branches of the campaign,
the other being the branch for within the United States.
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Col. Larry 'Pepper' Jackson (right) accepts a check for $3,224.81 from Renee Acosta (center), President and CEO of Global Impact of the Combined Federal Campaign and Maj. Gen. Lawrence L. Wells (left), United States Forces Korea deputy chief of staff. More than $62,000 was earmarked for Family and youth programs in Korea. The funds presented are from those funds given by USFK personnel for Family support and youth programs. The CFC overseas is one of two branches of the campaign, the other being the branch for within the United States. (Photo Credit: Jim Cunningham) VIEW ORIGINAL