COLORADO SPRINGS STAND-DOWN
Post 1806 crew awaits our Homeless Veteran clients by 0900. On stage are students from a local hairdresser school providing haircuts. Post members awaiting clients at the Blue Jeans Issue Point. On stage are hairdresser students from a local trade school providing free haircuts to clients. Rob Henneman and Jay Mackay sort hoodies donated by our post’s shirt merchandiser. The event draws dozens of military-oriented business and civic organizations that distribute needed pens, pencils, notepads and other “swag” to the homeless veteran clients
Post 1839 at St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church in Bandera, celebrating the Kirkin’ o’ the Tartans. L-R: PC George Cummins Vieyra with Clan Cumming banner, Raeleen Cummins Vieyra, Post piper Kirk Scheel, Dennis Finuf, Penny Finuf, Bill Bang, Vera Bang, kneeling front, James Myers, Aaron Cummins Vieyra. Others are allied Clans Cameron, Gunn, McFarland, Campbell, Stewart and Ross.
14 March West Texas Celtic Fair in Midland.
Post 1839 PC George Cummins Vieyra and Raeleen Cummins Vieyra.
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