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DC Delegates Collecting Items for Homeless Vets

A group of countywide¬† 4-H members are preparing to head to Washington DC. It’s part of a service project, and they are collecting personal items for homeless veterans in Nevada County. DC Delegate from Kentucky Flat 4-H, Megan Volheim, says that her group is working with the local Veteran’s Administration located in the Grass Valley Veteran’s Building.
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Boot sizes 10 and 10 wide, and 11 and 11wide, are needed as well as one and two-man tents. Camp and cookware, and mess kits are also need items. Volheim says that the 4-H DC Delegates work is an extension of what the Veteran’s Association is already doing for the community.
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You can drop off items Monday afternoons from 1 to 3 PM between now and the end of June. For more information, you can contact Megan or her mother Tammy Volheim at 432-4248 or the Veteran’s Administration Office

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