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American Legion Post to Honor World War II Vets, Give Tickets to Fly CG Members Home for Christmas

December 19, 2014

STONE HARBOR – For members of Stephen Ludlam American Legion Post 331, Dec. 7 is a day to honor those who served in the Second World War as well as those still serving. Because of the high respect its legionnaires have for veterans, especially those who fought Axis foes 73 years ago, they will mark the “day that will live in infamy” with an informal afternoon reception.

From 1 to 4:30 p.m., World War II veterans who reside locally, estimated from 16 to 20, will be guests of honor at the open house hosted by the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary and Sons of the American Legion. The public is invited to visit with those who fought in Germany, Italy or the Pacific Theater.

 

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