Honor Flight Kern County posted on Facebook their new building that was donated to them by the Wounded Heroes fund.
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Honor Flight Kern County has a new office space and recreation area in Bakersfield thanks to the Wounded Heroes Fund.
On Friday, Honor Flight Kern County took to Facebook to show their thanks for the new area.
Lili Marsh from Honor Flight told 23ABC that they were given the building at 3121 Standard Street for some space for an office. The building will also have a recreation area for veterans to hang out.
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The location won't be open until June because around $200,000 is needed for construction and furnishing costs.
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Arvin Police are investigating a shooting that left a man in stable, but serious condition on Saturday night.
(UPDATE 10:30 a.m.) A long-time friend of the victim from last night's shooting identified him as 32-year-old Chris Rodriguez.
UPDATE (11:29 p.m.) The pedestrian that was struck has died, according to CHP.