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Minnesota State Veterans Memorial Association luncheon set for Dec. 14

The membership meeting will begin with the annual report which reviews accomplishments and addresses future goals.

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LITTLE FALLS — The Minnesota State Veterans Memorial Association will host a luncheon for all members and interested veterans and their spouses at 11 a.m. Dec. 14.

The luncheon will take place at the Little Falls VFW Post No. 1112,1210 Third Ave. NE, Little Falls.

To be a member, one needs to meet the requirements for interment in a national or state cemetery. The membership meeting will begin with the annual report, which reviews accomplishments and addresses future goals. During the meeting there will be a break for lunch. Highlighting this event will be a presentation by Randal Dietrich, executive director of the Minnesota Military and Veterans Museum at Camp Ripley. Dietrich will provide an overview of the plans of the future museum.

For further information, contact Phil Ringstrom at philringstrom@gmail.com or 320-247-2416 or Jim Hovda at jhovda.rice@jetup.net or 320-393-4339.

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