Camp Casey, Korea community hosts event to raises money for Oklahoma
CAMP CASEY, South Korea -- Nina Land, from Germany, gives money back to a customer at the Camp Casey's Closet Store May 28, 2013. Land volunteered to help raise money for the Oklahoma Disaster Relief because her husband, Warrant Officer Jacob Land is from Oklahoma City, Okla., and is assigned to 333rd Field Artillery Target Acquisition Battery, 1st Battalion, 38th Field Artillery Regiment, 210th Fires Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division. Members of the Area 1 community host an event to raise money for the Oklahoma Disaster Relief. One hundred percent of the one-day's proceeds from items purchased at the Camp Casey's Closet store will be donated to the relief fund. Casey's Closet provides gently used, economically priced goods for the local community members and is operated by an all-volunteer group and spouses club called the Kka Chi Community Association. The Kka Chi Community Association is a nonprofit organization established to provide the Area I communities opportunity for growth through social, learning, cultural and volunteering experiences.