Before the first football kicks off and the turkey is finished, Lake Mills will be hosting a new event this year, to help get people moving, prior to retreating to the television and dinner table.
Before the first football kicks off and the turkey is finished, Lake Mills will be hosting a new event this year, to help get people moving, prior to retreating to the television and dinner table.
Lake Mills American Legion members from Otto-Chose Post #235 gathered last Friday at the Lake Mills Care Center to put on a program honoring those who served their country.
Lake Mills American Legion members from Otto-Chose Post #235 gathered last Friday at the Lake Mills Care Center to put on a program honoring those who served their country.
“I told people when they first approached me, ‘I don’t mind the word benefit, but if we could put something in about celebration of life, because I want people to come and see her, and her to be able to see other people,’” said Gary Irons, discuss
Paul Sorenson, Army Specialist E4, was drafted into the Army, September 1966 and served until September 1968. A lifelong native of this area, Sorenson was stationed at Fort Hood, Killeen, Texas.

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