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Veterans repair Sweet Valley cemetery fence


February 19. 2013 10:25PM
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Veterans of the Vietnam War Post 56, Nanticoke, have been maintaining a forgotten cemetery in Sweet Valley for over 10 years. They recently repaired a fence that was destroyed in a car accident in February. Thanks to the efforts of District Court Magistrate John Hasay, the post was able to obtain money from the insurance company to make the repairs. Some of the post members, from left, first row, are Rose Langan, Ken Herring, George Handgo, Frank Park and James Bombay. Second row: Dan Langan, Addison Kreamer, Lou Wiernitz, Shirley Methalevitch and Pat Herring.




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