From left, Glenn Stoecklin of Pocahontas, Glen Weber of Pocahontas and Norbert Peters of New Baden march with the Vietnam Veterans Chapter 269 out of Clinton County in last year’s Veterans Day parade in Highland.
From left, Glenn Stoecklin of Pocahontas, Glen Weber of Pocahontas and Norbert Peters of New Baden march with the Vietnam Veterans Chapter 269 out of Clinton County in last year’s Veterans Day parade in Highland. Curt Libbra clibbra@bnd.com
From left, Glenn Stoecklin of Pocahontas, Glen Weber of Pocahontas and Norbert Peters of New Baden march with the Vietnam Veterans Chapter 269 out of Clinton County in last year’s Veterans Day parade in Highland. Curt Libbra clibbra@bnd.com

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