WILLIAMSBURG — The Three Jolly Coachmen’s Coffee House, a new concert series that benefits area charities, recently presented a check for $1,000 to the Fort Eustis branch of the United Service Organizations (USO).
USO is known for its support of military families since its founding in 1941. Its goal is to help make the families of service men and women easier, so they can focus on doing their mission.
The funds for the donation were raised during the performance of Joe’s Day Off (JDO), a Williamsburg-based group that has been entertaining local audiences for 15 years with an entertaining mix of soft rock, blues and country cover songs.
Three Jolly Coachmen member Greg Davy and JDO members Joe Duggan and Jim Kopenhafer, both veterans themselves, presented the check to Fort Eustis USO Center Operations Supervisor Christine Salak.
The Three Jolly Coachmen is a Williamsburg group that sings in tribute to The Kingston Trio, one of America’s hottest folk music acts in the late 1950s and early 1960s.
For information on future TJC Coffee House performances, send an inquiry to TJCCoffeeHouse@gmail.com.