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Assisted Living visit

Pictured (L-R) are Past 1st Dist Comm. Chet Nowak, Chaplain Harold Landis, 1st Dist. Asst. Sergeant at Arms Jon Moharter, Karl Betz Law & Order/ P.R., and Ray Schlagheck. Conducting a Veteran's Day celebration at Addison Heights Assisted Living.


Hilliard helps homeless vets

Pictured (L-R) are: First District Commander Mike Kennedy, Past Department Commander Bob Klostermeier, Past First District Commander Chet Nowak, National Church Residence Renee Freeman, Property Manager Jeffrey S. Wolf, Senior Vice-President Philanthropy and Communication Colleen M. Bain, M.Ed., L.S.W. Vice President of supportive housing. Presenting a check for $1,300.00 raised from Past Department Commander Dave Hilliard's program for homeless veterans.


Hilliard donors

Past President of Auxiliary Vi Grzybowski accepting donations from Past First District Commander Chet Nowak. These donations were raised from Past Department Commander Dave Hilliard's project.


Post 262 Flag Box

Post 262 in Hamler now has a worn flag container, designed and painted by member Arnie Gerken. They are now able to store unserviceable flags until time for proper service.


Cub Scouts mark graves

Haskins Cub Scout Pack 350 preparing to remove the flags from veteran's graves at Union Hill Cemetery and Tontogany Cemetery. This project is being coordinated by the members of Lybarger-Grimm Post 441, Tontogany.


Post 63 A and G

Post 63 in Ottawa selected the A&G Test winners from Kalida and Ottawa-Glandorf High Schools. Pictured with the winners (L-R) are: A&G Chairman Dennis Hanneman, Commander William Roberts, and Adjutant Bryce Agner.


Veteran's Day

The annual Post 63 Veteran's Day event was held on November 13th. Auxiliary Unit 63 sponsored the event with money made from the "Make a Difference Day" bake sale. Pictured are Girl Scout Troop 2048 and veterans representing each war era from WWII to present. Mrs. Marsha Klima was the guest speaker.