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Auxiliary expresses gratitude for suppor

Renton-Pickering Post and Unit No. 79 and Carnation Post and Unit No. 199 of the American Legion and Auxiliary wish to extend our sincerest thanks to everyone for all their wonderful help and their contributions to make the World War II Veteran's Day of Recognition the success that it was.

We could not have been able to do this without your help. It made us very proud to be able to honor all our World War II veterans; your family members, friends and neighbors.


Katherine Kerr, president American Legion

Auxiliary No. 79

Diane Moody, president American Legion

Auxiliary No. 199

Snoqualmie Valley

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