Brainerd woman sacrifices her Army ring to help her grandson
It was one of the hardest things that Pat Madison had ever done, but it was something that she didn’t think twice about doing.
In May, the 67-year-old Brainerd resident traded in her treasured Army ring she purchased in 1964 to help out her 17-year-old grandson, Chance Fiebing, who needed gear for the Civil Air Patrol (CAP).
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