The folks at the Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center nonprofit gig last week sure took this advice seriously. We’re not sure if we’ve ever seen such a big group photo from our open-air cameras. Definitely not from any traditional booths! Open-air setups offer such a huge variety of pictures (and people!) to capture. It sure is a fun time in one of them!
Simon Sarskian sure got a great group together at Jack’s Barn in Weatherstone. They totally coordinated all these photos to be epic and that’s kinda what it’s all about, right?
Thanks, Simon, for letting us help such an awesome nonprofit organization.
Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center
This place has been around in Fort Hood since World War II, giving it a rich history of service that not many medical centers can boast. Since its humble beginnings, the center has grown to service hundreds of thousands of active-duty soldiers as well as their families and veterans. Handling over 4,000 emergency visits per day alone, the CRDAMC can use all the help it can get. That’s why they throw nonprofit fundraisers like the one we got to go to – community is vitally important to supporting such an efficient nonprofit and large service hospital! We are extremely grateful for the clinicians who work there to serve their country daily.