By Jeff Stolowitz
Photos By Jeff Stolowitz
This past month during Black Friday Main Street Station had a concert.
Molly Hatchet and Big Engine landed on the grand stage and played to over a thousand attendees.
A concert to benefit Waves to Recovery the not for profit organization that helps people recovering from PTSD.
Their mission is healing from all types of Post Traumatic Stress Disorders (PTSD) for anyone who has suffered a traumatic event by means of boating, fishing, education, and medical therapy from a licensed medical professional.
The driving Southern Rock Band from the late seventies and eighties along with Big Engine a local favorite had the crowd cheering and pumping fists all night. The echoes of "Flirting with Disaster”could be heard down Main-street Daytona Beach like ghosts of Southern Rocks past.
Behind Daytona captured the moment in time and through the images, if just for one minute, those who attended that have been afflicted with this condition were uplifted and transported to a better place
Waves to Recovery continues its mission to help those stricken with PTSD whether they be veterans, women suffering from domestic violence issues, or the many first res-ponders who suffer traumatic events.
Check out the Photo Album if you were there, tag yourself and help spread the word that Waves to Recovery is there to help recover the greatness in people.
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The Local Report