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Nebraska City News-Press - Nebraska City, NE
  • DAV offers Ree Cain's flag pins to benefit proposed Fisher House

  • Samuel L. Kellogg Disabled American Veterans 35 is selling flag pins to benefit a proposed Fisher House.

    The pins are hand crafted by Ree Cain, a DAV judge advocate from Lincoln.

    There are 63 Fisher Houses in the United States and Germany that provide a free place to stay for families of patients receiving medical care at major veterans administration medical centers.
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    Samuel L. Kellogg Disabled American Veterans 35 is selling flag pins to benefit a proposed Fisher House.
    The pins are hand crafted by Ree Cain, a DAV judge advocate from Lincoln.
    There are 63 Fisher Houses in the United States and Germany that provide a free place to stay for families of patients receiving medical care at major veterans administration medical centers.
    Omaha has been identified as a location needing a Fisher House.
    Pins are available by calling the DAV at 402-873-7594.
     
     
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