Well, I was chairman of the Laurel Regional Hospital and on the Hospital Commission for Prince George's County. One thing I did as chairman of the Chamber of Commerce — this was when Ted Agnew was governor. For the soldiers at Walter Reed and the hospital at Fort Meade, we had a day at the races for them. I put that thing together not realizing how big it was going to be. They have a place in front of the clubhouse seats; we had it filled with home-cooked food given to us by people in the community. It was so big we were out of control. We had to rent trucks to get it all over there. We had money we gave to the soldiers. Plus, the people — the old hard-nosed betters that don't say hello, go to hell, nothing — would go down and give these guys a real ticket. We had all of these gifts that we auctioned off so that they could use the money. We had 60-some patients. They had buses converted into ambulances, bringing them in on stretchers. And the race track, who was a little reluctant to start with, they jumped right in and did whatever they could do to make it as good as it could be. That was a community effort.