Marie and Clarence Plocher, seated, accept a Blue Star Banner from Post 439 representatives, from left, Phil Chapman, Jeanette Hammel and Jim Hobbs.
Marie and Clarence Plocher, seated, accept a Blue Star Banner from Post 439 representatives, from left, Phil Chapman, Jeanette Hammel and Jim Hobbs. Courtesy photo
Marie and Clarence Plocher, seated, accept a Blue Star Banner from Post 439 representatives, from left, Phil Chapman, Jeanette Hammel and Jim Hobbs. Courtesy photo

Post 439 looking for families of veterans to receive Blue Star Banners

October 29, 2015 02:59 AM

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