American Legion Post 439 attended the Highland Health Care Christmas party and distributed “Gifts to the Yanks” for the veterans. Representing Highland Post 439 were Bill Halcomb, Matt Tebbe, and Linda Iberg. Legion members also went to Faith Countryside Homes to distribute gifts to veterans there.
American Legion Post 439 attended the Highland Health Care Christmas party and distributed “Gifts to the Yanks” for the veterans. Representing Highland Post 439 were Bill Halcomb, Matt Tebbe, and Linda Iberg. Legion members also went to Faith Countryside Homes to distribute gifts to veterans there. Provided
American Legion Post 439 attended the Highland Health Care Christmas party and distributed “Gifts to the Yanks” for the veterans. Representing Highland Post 439 were Bill Halcomb, Matt Tebbe, and Linda Iberg. Legion members also went to Faith Countryside Homes to distribute gifts to veterans there. Provided

Highland Legion, VFW deliver Christmas presents to fellow veterans

January 03, 2018 08:28 AM

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