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Participants of MCLS show support to veterans

MCLS honors fallen salutes troops 5-2014Participants from Monarch's Montgomery Community Living Skills (MCLS) in Biscoe delivered handmade cards and a poster recently to the Montgomery County Veterans Administration. The participants at MCLS wanted to share with veterans how much they appreciated their service to our country.

Similar to the participants at MCLS, others who attend Monarch's day programs, which provides support, activities and volunteer opportunities to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, also demonstrated their support statewide for veterans and troops in various ways in observance of Memorial Day. 

Pictured (L-R): Teresa Butler, Polly King (VA staff member), Cathy Collier, Ollie Stancil (a local veteran), Terry Myers and Anthony Hixson.

 

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