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College rodeo team visits veterans

(Source: John J. Pershing VA Medical Center) (Source: John J. Pershing VA Medical Center)
POPLAR BLUFF, MO (KFVS) -

Members of the Three Rivers College Rodeo Team recently visited Community Living Center residents at the John J. Pershing VA Medical Center in Poplar Bluff, Missouri.

The team explained their events, enjoyed conversations with the veterans and provided them with tickets to the upcoming college rodeo.

Voluntary Services Officer Donna Reynolds said, "We really appreciate Three Rivers College and the rodeo team. It was a great visit."

Pictured are (front row) Veterans Jerry Bishop and Crawford Price, (back row) Veteran Gene Kimes, Cory Ann McCuston, Recreation Therapist Brian Berlin, Tyler Lewis, Veteran Ken Leach, Tyler Albright, Lane Rowland, Veteran Lawrence Riley, Coach Cale Emmett, Jeffrey Pearson, Luke Swinney, Veteran Erie Jordan, Callie Stanhouse and Gigi Robey.

Those interested in volunteering, visiting or donating may contact Reynolds at 573-778-4275, Voluntary Services Specialist Chris Luecke at 573-778-4276 or  Voluntary Services Assistant Bennie Hicks at 573-778-4499.

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