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Stealing from vets

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Saturday, July 20, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

On July 2, on our front sidewalk, we had two white boxes and one small cardboard box for the Vietnam Veterans Association to pick up. Someone decided that they would help themselves to the boxes and took them.

My wife and I support veterans all of the time. I pray that whoever took those boxes really needed what was inside.

The veterans could have used it. There was a sign on the boxes noting they were for the veterans association.

The pickup people came that afternoon and asked where the pickup was.

What a disappointment to us when we found out they did not get the boxes.

The Rev. Madison & June Stringfellow

Lower Burrell

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