BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - UPDATE (November 10, 2017 10:45 a.m.): According to Honor Flight Kern County, $45,000 were raised during the All Day Media Fundraiser yesterday, November 09, 2017.
The goal was $50,000, however Honor Flight Kern County is still accepting donations online here.
Honor Flight Kern County conducted an all day media fundraiser to help send Veterans to Washington D.C. to see their memorials.
They had three different locations set up today where people could go and donate money.
Right now, Honor Flight Kern County has 281 Veteran on their waiting list to go to Washington D.C.
If you were unable to make it out to one of the locations to donate money, you can donate money online.
The link to donate money to help send Kern County Veterans to Washington D.C. is bellow:
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Local high school teams will compete in mock trial rounds on Saturday for a chance to represent Kern County at the California Mock Trial.
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The city of Tehachapi has a new specialty grocery store that just opened last week.