Quilts presented to local veterans


Three veterans from The Laurels of Blanchester recently received quilts to honor them for their service as Veterans Day neared. The quilts were made by the Clinton County Quilters and are given to area veterans to thank them and to commemorate them for their military service in World War ll, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan. The quilts are presented by the American Legion and VFW groups. The quilt project has been an initiative for about three years and to date they have given out about 60 quilts. Presenting the quilts were Brady Stevens, Bob Baker and Richard James to recipients John Fenner, Francis Beatty and Donald Acuff.


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Three veterans from The Laurels of Blanchester recently received quilts to honor them for their service as Veterans Day neared. The quilts were made by the Clinton County Quilters and are given to area veterans to thank them and to commemorate them for their military service in World War ll, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan. The quilts are presented by the American Legion and VFW groups. The quilt project has been an initiative for about three years and to date they have given out about 60 quilts. Presenting the quilts were Brady Stevens, Bob Baker and Richard James to recipients John Fenner, Francis Beatty and Donald Acuff.


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Three veterans from The Laurels of Blanchester recently received quilts to honor them for their service as Veterans Day neared. The quilts were made by the Clinton County Quilters and are given to area veterans to thank them and to commemorate them for their military service in World War ll, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan. The quilts are presented by the American Legion and VFW groups. The quilt project has been an initiative for about three years and to date they have given out about 60 quilts. Presenting the quilts were Brady Stevens, Bob Baker and Richard James to recipients John Fenner, Francis Beatty and Donald Acuff.


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Three veterans from The Laurels of Blanchester recently received quilts to honor them for their service as Veterans Day neared. The quilts were made by the Clinton County Quilters and are given to area veterans to thank them and to commemorate them for their military service in World War ll, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan. The quilts are presented by the American Legion and VFW groups. The quilt project has been an initiative for about three years and to date they have given out about 60 quilts. Presenting the quilts were Brady Stevens, Bob Baker and Richard James to recipients John Fenner, Francis Beatty and Donald Acuff.

Three veterans from The Laurels of Blanchester recently received quilts to honor them for their service as Veterans Day neared. The quilts were made by the Clinton County Quilters and are given to area veterans to thank them and to commemorate them for their military service in World War ll, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan. The quilts are presented by the American Legion and VFW groups. The quilt project has been an initiative for about three years and to date they have given out about 60 quilts. Presenting the quilts were Brady Stevens, Bob Baker and Richard James to recipients John Fenner, Francis Beatty and Donald Acuff.

Three veterans from The Laurels of Blanchester recently received quilts to honor them for their service as Veterans Day neared. The quilts were made by the Clinton County Quilters and are given to area veterans to thank them and to commemorate them for their military service in World War ll, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan. The quilts are presented by the American Legion and VFW groups. The quilt project has been an initiative for about three years and to date they have given out about 60 quilts. Presenting the quilts were Brady Stevens, Bob Baker and Richard James to recipients John Fenner, Francis Beatty and Donald Acuff.

Three veterans from The Laurels of Blanchester recently received quilts to honor them for their service as Veterans Day neared. The quilts were made by the Clinton County Quilters and are given to area veterans to thank them and to commemorate them for their military service in World War ll, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan. The quilts are presented by the American Legion and VFW groups. The quilt project has been an initiative for about three years and to date they have given out about 60 quilts. Presenting the quilts were Brady Stevens, Bob Baker and Richard James to recipients John Fenner, Francis Beatty and Donald Acuff.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/11/web1_quilts-3.jpgThree veterans from The Laurels of Blanchester recently received quilts to honor them for their service as Veterans Day neared. The quilts were made by the Clinton County Quilters and are given to area veterans to thank them and to commemorate them for their military service in World War ll, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan. The quilts are presented by the American Legion and VFW groups. The quilt project has been an initiative for about three years and to date they have given out about 60 quilts. Presenting the quilts were Brady Stevens, Bob Baker and Richard James to recipients John Fenner, Francis Beatty and Donald Acuff. Courtesy photos

Three veterans from The Laurels of Blanchester recently received quilts to honor them for their service as Veterans Day neared. The quilts were made by the Clinton County Quilters and are given to area veterans to thank them and to commemorate them for their military service in World War ll, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan. The quilts are presented by the American Legion and VFW groups. The quilt project has been an initiative for about three years and to date they have given out about 60 quilts. Presenting the quilts were Brady Stevens, Bob Baker and Richard James to recipients John Fenner, Francis Beatty and Donald Acuff.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/11/web1_quilts-1.jpegThree veterans from The Laurels of Blanchester recently received quilts to honor them for their service as Veterans Day neared. The quilts were made by the Clinton County Quilters and are given to area veterans to thank them and to commemorate them for their military service in World War ll, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan. The quilts are presented by the American Legion and VFW groups. The quilt project has been an initiative for about three years and to date they have given out about 60 quilts. Presenting the quilts were Brady Stevens, Bob Baker and Richard James to recipients John Fenner, Francis Beatty and Donald Acuff. Courtesy photos

Three veterans from The Laurels of Blanchester recently received quilts to honor them for their service as Veterans Day neared. The quilts were made by the Clinton County Quilters and are given to area veterans to thank them and to commemorate them for their military service in World War ll, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan. The quilts are presented by the American Legion and VFW groups. The quilt project has been an initiative for about three years and to date they have given out about 60 quilts. Presenting the quilts were Brady Stevens, Bob Baker and Richard James to recipients John Fenner, Francis Beatty and Donald Acuff.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/11/web1_quilts-2.jpgThree veterans from The Laurels of Blanchester recently received quilts to honor them for their service as Veterans Day neared. The quilts were made by the Clinton County Quilters and are given to area veterans to thank them and to commemorate them for their military service in World War ll, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan. The quilts are presented by the American Legion and VFW groups. The quilt project has been an initiative for about three years and to date they have given out about 60 quilts. Presenting the quilts were Brady Stevens, Bob Baker and Richard James to recipients John Fenner, Francis Beatty and Donald Acuff. Courtesy photos