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Kane residents come through for VFW’s Troop Support Drop-off

August 17, 2014

Photo by Amy Geer – Troop Support Dropoff Co-Chairmen Mitz Lindquist, left, and Bev Beane, right, accept a donation for their cause on Saturday afternoon out front of the VFW club on Wetmore Avenue in Kane. The campaign was a big success, with the group's supply closet getting restocked and Kane residents coming through with more than $1200 in cash donations to help send care packages to local soldiers deployed overseas. The next packages are expected to be sent out in early September.

The Kane Veterans of Foreign Wars hosted a “Troop Support Drop-off” on Saturday at their club on Wetmore Avenue. Volunteers met those wanting to donate at their vehicles and accepted items and cash donations to send to local soldiers deployed overseas.

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