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Lions honor veterans

3:38 PM, Jun. 13, 2013  |  Comments
LeRoy Fischer, left, recently accepted a $250 Merrill Lions Club donation from club President Don Heyel. Fishcer, who heads the Veterans Memorial project at St. Francis Cemetery in Merrill, said the money will be put toward permanent lighting at the memorial. It is one of about 30 organizations that the local Lions have assisted both locally and nationally.
LeRoy Fischer, left, recently accepted a $250 Merrill Lions Club donation from club President Don Heyel. Fishcer, who heads the Veterans Memorial project at St. Francis Cemetery in Merrill, said the money will be put toward permanent lighting at the memorial. It is one of about 30 organizations that the local Lions have assisted both locally and nationally.
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