Dr. Michael C. Solomon, a Port St. Lucie based urologist, donated $2,390 to Operation 300 at a recent New York Mets baseball game.
Operation 300 is a not for profit organization that hosts adventure camps for children who have lost their fathers as a result of military service. Solomon invited Tara Baldwin and her family to attend the game and participate in the presentation.
“We believe that when a soldier gives his life in defense of our great nation, the least that we can do is pledge to honor that sacrifice and care for his children,” said Tara Baldwin, founder of the group.
Operation 300 was created in honor of Navy SEAL Aaron Vaughn, who died in battle. It’s a great organization for young people who have lost a parent while they were serving in the military. The group bring kids here from all over the country to fish, camp, sail and do things they’d normally do with their dad. Spouses are also treated to a special weekend so they know they’re not forgotten.
“I’ve been very impressed with Operation 300,” Solomon said. “The dedication, drive and support they provide these young people is amazing. I’m proud to support what they do.”
Solomon, M.D., P.A., F.A.C.S., provides comprehensive treatments for a wide range of urologic conditions. His practice is dedicated to improving the urologic symptoms that affect his patients by offering the most current diagnostic and therapeutic alternatives available. They strive to keep up to date on the latest state of the art technological advances to provide each patient with the safest and most comprehensive care available.