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Donation supports Honor Flight

9:44 AM, Oct. 11, 2013  |  Comments
The Stevens Point Pilots Association donated $500 to the Never Forgotten Honor Flight, and Home Instead Senior Care matched those funds for a total of $1,000 donated to the Honor Flight. Pictured are Richard Crowthers, secretary for the Pilots Association, from left, Jeff Culver, manager of Home Instead, Maura Robinson, owner of Home Instead, and Scott Rifleman, president of the Pilots Association.
The Stevens Point Pilots Association donated $500 to the Never Forgotten Honor Flight, and Home Instead Senior Care matched those funds for a total of $1,000 donated to the Honor Flight. Pictured are Richard Crowthers, secretary for the Pilots Association, from left, Jeff Culver, manager of Home Instead, Maura Robinson, owner of Home Instead, and Scott Rifleman, president of the Pilots Association.
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