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Port Huron Lodge #343 Donates handmade fleece blankets to local Veterans

Port Huron Elks Lodge #343 recently donated another 25 handmade fleece blankets to the Department of Veterans Affairs in the County of St. Clair, MI.

The blankets are made weekly by Sue Hudy, Sandy Lashbrook, Shelley Murdick, Lee Reaume and Vicki Heino.

Over the last three years, Port Huron Lodge #343 has donated over 125 handmade blankets to our local Veterans Organizations. Through the years, our membership has also donated clothing, hats, gloves, disposable undergarments and toiletries to our local Veterans facilities both in Port Huron and Yale, MI.

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Pictured receiving the handmade blankets is Chris Smith, USMC, Director, CVSO Department of Veterans Affairs County of St. Clair and his service dog Gunny. We always remember our Veterans and their service, proving once again Elks Care, Elks Share!

  • Pictured making the Blankets are Elk Lodge volunteers: Sue Hudy, Sandy Lashbrook, Shelley Murdick, Lee Reaume and Vicki Heino
  • Pictured receiving the Handmade Blankets: Chris Smith, USMC Director, CVSO Department of Veterans Affairs County of St. Clair, MI. and his service dog Gunny

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