Serenity House receives VFW donation


The VFW Post 4464 recentlyc onducted an appreciation dinner for local law enforcement officers. At this dinner, they gave a donation to each agency. The Gallipolis post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol asked that their donation be made to the Gallia County Serenity House. Both the VFW and the Gallipolis Post were happy to help the needs of the Serenity House. Pictured, from left: Bill Mangus, post commander of the VFW 4464, Marissa Metz, director of Serenity House, and Lt. Max Norris, former post commander of the Gallia-Meigs OSHP post.


The VFW Post 4464 recentlyc onducted an appreciation dinner for local law enforcement officers. At this dinner, they gave a donation to each agency. The Gallipolis post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol asked that their donation be made to the Gallia County Serenity House. Both the VFW and the Gallipolis Post were happy to help the needs of the Serenity House. Pictured, from left: Bill Mangus, post commander of the VFW 4464, Marissa Metz, director of Serenity House, and Lt. Max Norris, former post commander of the Gallia-Meigs OSHP post.

The VFW Post 4464 recentlyc onducted an appreciation dinner for local law enforcement officers. At this dinner, they gave a donation to each agency. The Gallipolis post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol asked that their donation be made to the Gallia County Serenity House. Both the VFW and the Gallipolis Post were happy to help the needs of the Serenity House. Pictured, from left: Bill Mangus, post commander of the VFW 4464, Marissa Metz, director of Serenity House, and Lt. Max Norris, former post commander of the Gallia-Meigs OSHP post.
http://mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DSCN4922.jpgThe VFW Post 4464 recentlyc onducted an appreciation dinner for local law enforcement officers. At this dinner, they gave a donation to each agency. The Gallipolis post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol asked that their donation be made to the Gallia County Serenity House. Both the VFW and the Gallipolis Post were happy to help the needs of the Serenity House. Pictured, from left: Bill Mangus, post commander of the VFW 4464, Marissa Metz, director of Serenity House, and Lt. Max Norris, former post commander of the Gallia-Meigs OSHP post.
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