Regional Veterans News 6/10/10

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Regional stories today from: Meridith, Vermont, Atlanta, Georgia, Monterey, California, Reading, Pennsylvania, Elmira, New York, Winter Springs, Florida, San Rafael, California, Salt Lake City, Utah, andCharlotte, North Carolina.

  • Salt Lake City, Utah New hotline to help homeless Vets
  • Winter Springs, Florida Group reaches out to help local vets
  • Grand Island, New York Grand Island Students Help Local Vets
  • Reading, Pennsylvania 4 women among Berks County’s WWI heroes
  • Elmira, New York Marine veteran spearheads Towanda memorial park
  • Charlotte, North Carolina Local Nonprofit Wants To Offer Housing For Vets
  • Meridith, Vermont Van to offer help for Meredith vets during Mortorcycle Week
  • San Rafael, California Mark Klunk, one of Marin’s Pearl Harbor survivors, dies at 94
  • Atlanta, Georgia Perdue signs bill that would allow vets to put PTSD notation on driver’s licenses
  • Monterey, California Monterey County ‘Wounded Warrior Workforce’ conference helps disabled vets

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