Pam Dudding-Burch
Contributing writer
As people entered the VFW on Sunday, November 13. for the Seventh Annual Veterans and Active Military HONOR dinner, it didn’t take long for many to get up and greet those they hadn’t seen for a while. Laughter, hugs and respectful love was in the affirmative throughout the entire event.

It is difficult to determine an afternoon of success when so many Veterans have seen things that many eyes could not look upon were commanded to fight in places where their souls deeply rebelled and were condoned to wretched places where most would never survive.

Nearly every Veteran that walked through the doors during the Craig County Seventh Annual Veterans and Active Military HONOR Dinner showed their heartfelt thanks to all who took part in appreciating their service. There were door prizes, thoughtful gifts and of course a delicious dinner.

“It’s a far…

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