Free veteran breakfast to be held Oct. 18


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All veterans are encouraged to attend the free American Legion Post 25 breakfast even if they are not a member of the American Legion. The cost to non-veterans is $7 and will be available from 8 to 10 a.m. Pictured are veterans and non-veterans who participated in the recent breakfast.


The American Legion Post 25, 1240 US Route 22 West, is having a free veterans’ breakfast on Oct. 18.

All veterans are encouraged to attend even if they are not a member of the American Legion. The cost to non-veterans is $7. The buffet breakfast will be served from 8 to 10 a.m. For information please call 740-335-4990.

The veterans service officer, Amy Jackson, will also be in attendance. As a representative of the veterans service center, she will be able to answer any questions about the rights of veterans. Jackson will also be able to instruct veterans of the benefits that are available to them.

The benefits available include financial assistance. This includes help with rent (to avoid eviction) and help with utilities (to avoid shut off). The office will also offer V.A. Claims assistance (for service-connected disability), transportation for medical treatment and food assistance.

To find out about more services offered by the veterans service center, stop by and see Jackson on Oct. 18.

All veterans are encouraged to attend the free American Legion Post 25 breakfast even if they are not a member of the American Legion. The cost to non-veterans is $7 and will be available from 8 to 10 a.m. Pictured are veterans and non-veterans who participated in the recent breakfast.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_VetsBreakfast.jpgAll veterans are encouraged to attend the free American Legion Post 25 breakfast even if they are not a member of the American Legion. The cost to non-veterans is $7 and will be available from 8 to 10 a.m. Pictured are veterans and non-veterans who participated in the recent breakfast.

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