Recognizing veterans



The Haslee-Doebert- Schmidt American Legion Post 261 Auxiliary of Greenbush hosted their annual Veterans Appreciation Dinner Sunday, Nov. 2, at the Greenbush Town Hall. Linda Wieck, the founder and creator of the Camo Quilt project, and a member of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 243 of Plymouth, was the speaker. Wieck was one of the ten honorees of the USA Weekend “Make a Difference Day” celebration and recipient of the American Legion Auxiliary National Volunteer of the Year award in 2012. The quilts are sewn by volunteers under her direction. Military troops as well as veterans hospitals request them. The banner was made by art students at Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Elementary School under the guidance of art instructor Amy Hammes. A beautiful message from the students accompanied the banner. Submitted photos The Haslee-Doebert- Schmidt American Legion Post 261 Auxiliary of Greenbush hosted their annual Veterans Appreciation Dinner Sunday, Nov. 2, at the Greenbush Town Hall. Linda Wieck, the founder and creator of the Camo Quilt project, and a member of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 243 of Plymouth, was the speaker. Wieck was one of the ten honorees of the USA Weekend “Make a Difference Day” celebration and recipient of the American Legion Auxiliary National Volunteer of the Year award in 2012. The quilts are sewn by volunteers under her direction. Military troops as well as veterans hospitals request them. The banner was made by art students at Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Elementary School under the guidance of art instructor Amy Hammes. A beautiful message from the students accompanied the banner. Submitted photos

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