Legion Riders roll for veterans


A group of Wilmington Post 49 Legion Riders and supporters traveled to the Georgetown Veterans Home Sunday, Aug. 23 to help and support the 10th Annual American Legion Legacy Run, stopping over in Georgetown for lunch. The day included a wreath-laying ceremony at the Ohio Veterans Memorial Park and presentation of donations to the Legacy Fund, which “ensures higher education is a possibility for children whose parents lost their lives while serving our country.” Pictured are: front, Mac McKibben and, from left, Benny Conger, Mike Fahrubel, Jack Rose, Mike Sutton, Charlie Shoemaker, Richard James, Earl Willison, Kristie Sutton, Theresa Shoemaker and Chris Shumaker. For more information about the American Legion Legacy Run between Indianapolis and Baltimore, visit www.legion.org/riders/229608/legacy-run-day-1-beautiful-scenery-and-great-support. If anyone is interested in finding out more about the Legion Riders, contact any Legion member or Richard James at Post 49, Wilmington, at 937-382-2219.


A group of Wilmington Post 49 Legion Riders and supporters traveled to the Georgetown Veterans Home Sunday, Aug. 23 to help and support the 10th Annual American Legion Legacy Run, stopping over in Georgetown for lunch. The day included a wreath-laying ceremony at the Ohio Veterans Memorial Park and presentation of donations to the Legacy Fund, which “ensures higher education is a possibility for children whose parents lost their lives while serving our country.” Pictured are: front, Mac McKibben and, from left, Benny Conger, Mike Fahrubel, Jack Rose, Mike Sutton, Charlie Shoemaker, Richard James, Earl Willison, Kristie Sutton, Theresa Shoemaker and Chris Shumaker. For more information about the American Legion Legacy Run between Indianapolis and Baltimore, visit www.legion.org/riders/229608/legacy-run-day-1-beautiful-scenery-and-great-support. If anyone is interested in finding out more about the Legion Riders, contact any Legion member or Richard James at Post 49, Wilmington, at 937-382-2219.

A group of Wilmington Post 49 Legion Riders and supporters traveled to the Georgetown Veterans Home Sunday, Aug. 23 to help and support the 10th Annual American Legion Legacy Run, stopping over in Georgetown for lunch. The day included a wreath-laying ceremony at the Ohio Veterans Memorial Park and presentation of donations to the Legacy Fund, which “ensures higher education is a possibility for children whose parents lost their lives while serving our country.” Pictured are: front, Mac McKibben and, from left, Benny Conger, Mike Fahrubel, Jack Rose, Mike Sutton, Charlie Shoemaker, Richard James, Earl Willison, Kristie Sutton, Theresa Shoemaker and Chris Shumaker. For more information about the American Legion Legacy Run between Indianapolis and Baltimore, visit www.legion.org/riders/229608/legacy-run-day-1-beautiful-scenery-and-great-support. If anyone is interested in finding out more about the Legion Riders, contact any Legion member or Richard James at Post 49, Wilmington, at 937-382-2219.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/08/web1_WilmLegioncr1.jpgA group of Wilmington Post 49 Legion Riders and supporters traveled to the Georgetown Veterans Home Sunday, Aug. 23 to help and support the 10th Annual American Legion Legacy Run, stopping over in Georgetown for lunch. The day included a wreath-laying ceremony at the Ohio Veterans Memorial Park and presentation of donations to the Legacy Fund, which “ensures higher education is a possibility for children whose parents lost their lives while serving our country.” Pictured are: front, Mac McKibben and, from left, Benny Conger, Mike Fahrubel, Jack Rose, Mike Sutton, Charlie Shoemaker, Richard James, Earl Willison, Kristie Sutton, Theresa Shoemaker and Chris Shumaker. For more information about the American Legion Legacy Run between Indianapolis and Baltimore, visit www.legion.org/riders/229608/legacy-run-day-1-beautiful-scenery-and-great-support. If anyone is interested in finding out more about the Legion Riders, contact any Legion member or Richard James at Post 49, Wilmington, at 937-382-2219.