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Attention All Veterans

Santaquin American Legion Auxiliary #84, will again be honoring all veterans for Veterans Day.

This years dinner will be Friday, November 9, at 6 p.m., at the Santaquin Senior Citizen/Veterans Hall at 55 West 100 South in Santaquin. Handicap Parking is available at the rear of the building.

Our menu will be Turkey Pot Roast, Salad, Baked Potato (with all the trimmings), Green Beans and Dessert. Our Speaker will be Navy Veteran, Michael Hacking ETR2(SS), who will be presenting a program of what its like to serve on a Submarine under the arctic ice. Our entertainment will feature the “Old Time Fiddlers”, a group that will set your toes to tapping.

All veterans are free. Partners and/or guests will be $5.00. No small children, please.

We are also raffling an 8 qt.“ Instapot” pressure cooker. Tickets will be available at the regular Senior Citizen Luncheons on Thursdays (ask for Janeil) and at the door the night of the dinner.

Please RSVP to Janeil Deuel at 801-609-2161 or Ramona Peterson at 801-754-3539 by November 6.

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