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Motorcycle club donates to veterans

12:43 PM, Sep. 25, 2013  |  Comments
The Devil's Knights Motorcycle Club presented a check for $500 to the Door County Veterans Service Council to send a veteran and an escort on the next available Old Glory Honor Flight to Washington, D.C. The club raised the money during a recent poker run, with ICS Printing in Algoma providing the flyers that advertised the event. From left are Mike LaViolette, president; Chris Warner, treasurer; Scott Keuter, vice president; and Council Chairman Joe Heilman.
The Devil's Knights Motorcycle Club presented a check for $500 to the Door County Veterans Service Council to send a veteran and an escort on the next available Old Glory Honor Flight to Washington, D.C. The club raised the money during a recent poker run, with ICS Printing in Algoma providing the flyers that advertised the event. From left are Mike LaViolette, president; Chris Warner, treasurer; Scott Keuter, vice president; and Council Chairman Joe Heilman.
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