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Newton American Legion Post 111 thankful for support

Published: Friday, Aug. 9, 2013 10:31 a.m. CST

To the editor:

The 2013 Newton Fourth of July Parade was a huge success. Approximately 300 local veterans marched or rode together in the parade. They were all treated to a rousing “Welcome Home!”

The officers and members of the Newton American Legion Post 111 would like to publicly thank all the local individuals, groups and businesses that contributed to this great event. The post-parade luncheon at Newton Post 111 welcomed and served about 250 veterans and their families at great meal.

The Sons of the American Legion manned the grill and cooked and served more than 500 grilled burgers and hot dogs, complete with potato salad, beans, chips and cake and cupcakes. No one left hungry.

Thank you, citizens of Newton, for making this a special day for your veterans.

The following organizations and individuals provided support for the Fourth of July Parade and luncheon at Newton American Legion Post 111: Bank Iowa, Roxanne Bretz, Clemon-Maki Insurance, Dan Holtkamp/Dan’s Sandwich Shop, Brett Doerning, Farver True Value, Forbes Office Supply, Freedom Flight Committee, Linda Hammer, Bob Howe, Iowa Speedway, Larry Lint, Lions Den, Jerry Nelson, Newton American Legion Post 111, Newton Daily News, Newton Elks Club, Pence-Reese Funeral Home, Rialto Barber Shop, Riggs Printing, Ryan Dannen/Ryan’s Quick Shop, Sign Pro, Stacy’s Sweet Stuff, Walmart, Lyle Wilcox and Bill Zegers.

The following organizations and individuals provided logistical assistance, decorating, cooking, serving and clean-up for the parade and the luncheon.

Newton American Legion Post 111, Sons of the American Legion, American Legion Riders, American Legion Auxiliary, Freedom Flight Red Shirts, Jasper County Viet Nam Veterans, Al Lundberg, Jim Regur

Thank you one and all for your continued support of your local veterans.

Marta Ford


Newton American

Legion Post 111

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