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Veterans' service captured in photos

Glory Aulik chronicled her father's work for a book

12:58 PM, Feb. 27, 2014
Kewaunee County Veterans Service Officer Joe Aulik reviews service records to help veterans apply for assistance for service related medical conditions.
Kewaunee County Veterans Service Officer Joe Aulik reviews service records to help veterans apply for assistance for service related medical conditions.
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As a project for a photojournalism class at the University of Wisconsin-Stout, Kewaunee native Glory Aulik created a book of photos highlighting her father, Joe Aulik, and his job as the Kewaunee County veterans service officer.

"In the beginning it was difficult for me to figure out what I wanted to do," Glory Aulik said. "I wanted to do something meaningful and close to home."

When four Kewaunee County Vietnam veterans were chosen to participate in the Old Glory Honor Flight to visit Washington, D.C., in August, Glory accompanied her father to see the vets return from their trip. ...

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