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Old 11-11-2016   #1
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This Veterans Day check out greelightavet.com
It's a campaign about putting a green light in your home than can be seen to show your support.

Also once a month or so I try to go to our local VA hospital and buy a vet breakfast or lunch and just talk to them or more important listen. I am a Veteran of the Vietnam Era there are a lot of folks at the hospital that are still stuck (mentally) in that place, there was no welcome home like they get now. They are easy to spot, just go and you will see them.

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