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Letter to the Editor: iPods donated to Vets

Making iPod donations were, from left, Jim and Martha Kosel and Wayne DeVore, with Bess Nichols from the Veterans Home accepting.   Submitted Photo
Making iPod donations were, from left, Jim and Martha Kosel and Wayne DeVore, with Bess Nichols from the Veterans Home accepting. Submitted Photo

Mt. Angel American Legion Post and Auxiliary #89 donated seven Apple iPods and music cards to the Oregon Veterans Home at Lebanon for use by the residents in the memory care unit. Each iPod will be loaded with veterans’ favorite music.

Also included in the donation were hats, gloves and scarves, hand-knitted by Sherry Ipox, a Mount Angel resident.

– Martha and Jim Kosel

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