American Legion Post 57 continues to support the veterans and their families!
We received a lovely $1000 check from American Legion Post 57 today.
Pictured above is John Magmore (Post 57 Commander, American Legion) with Anne Weaver from the Fairbanks Community Food Bank.
This wonderful donation will help local veterans and their families in this community. Several of the folks we serve have fought for our Nation's safety at one point or another in their lives.
We at the Fairbanks Community Food Bank want to offer a special thank you to all who serve our country, especially the veterans and their families. Our families live in this wonderful Nation because of your sacrifice. Thank you!
Posted by Anne Weaver - Friday, 12/21/12, 11:30 AM -
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