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Sunday photo, 2/25/24
This is a photo of a piece of artwork on the wall in the radiology department.
From Monterey Herald...
From Salinas Valley Tribune...
Operation Freedom Paws, a California-based service dog training organization, provides the tools and training to help vets battle inner turmoil.
From Monterey County Weekly...
Monterey Peninsula American Legion Post 41 in Monterey dates back to 1919. Like other posts in the area—along with Veterans of Foreign Wars and other organizations focused on those who served—it is a gem too often overlooked.
Cirilio Vargas and 14 other veterans will be honored at a luncheon on Nov. 11 at Madonna Gardens Assisted Living and Memory Care.
From Santa Cruz Sentinel...
In life, Gordon Smith was never afraid to push back against the powers that be, willing to wage activist battles against superstructures like the U.S. military.
From King City Rustler...
The King City Post Office will be renamed in honor of late postmaster and veteran Rudolph “Rudy” Banuelos.
Southern Monterey County Republican Women Federated members gathered to collect all the items donated for Operation: Care and Comfort for the troops serving overseas.
From Santa Cruz County Sentinel...
KING CITY — Chief Petty Officer Michael Baxter, a native of King City, has retired after 21 years of dedicated service. As a Chief Construction Electrician (Seabee Combat Warfare Specialist/Expeditionary Warfare Specialist), Baxter’s years of service include tours with Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) Three and NMCB Five, as well as a three-year tour as [...]
KING CITY — Members of Southern Monterey County Republican Women Federated collected items for servicemen and women serving overseas at their June 7 meeting. The club partnered with Operation: Care and Comfort, an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) organization, for the outreach project. Participating members included Claudia Wollesen; Eileen Bennett; Debbie Benson, president; Jeane Errea-Mills; Miguel Errea; and [...]
Members of the King City VFW Post 6747 Auxiliary and the Valley Heritage Quilt Guild presented patriotic quilts to veterans as part of a Memorial Day celebration at the post.
From The Californian...
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