The museum will be permanently placed at 166 S. Beach St. in Daytona Beach.
After years of searching for a permanent home for his Veterans Museum and Education Center, Ormond Beach resident John Brinkley finally has a new address for his collection of items honoring those who served.
In just a few months, the center will be 166 S. Beach St. in Daytona Beach, on the second floor of the building owned by Dr. Wahba Wahba. A veteran of World War II and Korea, Brinkley has had his display in the foyer of Ormond Beach City Hall. The effort was started by Brinkley and a group of friends in 2012, and they have now incorporated into a nonprofit.
Memberships are sold to raise money. An individual can join for $25, a family for $30 and corporate membership costs $250.
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