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Sikeston VFW donates to homeless programs for veterans

Pictured from left are Gerald Rogers (member), Sue Rogers (President 3174/District 15 President), Meow Tanner (member), Reynolds, and Post 3174 Commander, Ben Tanner. (Source:John J. Pershing VA Medical Center) Pictured from left are Gerald Rogers (member), Sue Rogers (President 3174/District 15 President), Meow Tanner (member), Reynolds, and Post 3174 Commander, Ben Tanner. (Source:John J. Pershing VA Medical Center)
SIKESTON, MO (KFVS) - Sikeston VFW Post 3174 recently made a donation to a program for homeless veterans. 

The Sikeston VFW donated a variety of items valued at more than $250 to the John J. Pershing VA Medical Center's program.

Donna Reynolds, VA Voluntary Service Officer said, contributions such as these provide homeless veterans with much-needed assistance.

If anyone is interested in volunteering or donating, 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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