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Musical event benefits Peninsula veterans

Published on November 21, 2017 5:11PM

Glenn Ripley, a board member from the Peninsula Association of Performing Artists, right, presented a check for $1,150 to Terry Bryan, commander of Don R. Grable American Legion Post No. 48 of Ilwaco last week. The money was raised during PAPA’s October “Salute to Veterans” concert and dance at Fort Columbia in Chinook featuring the big-band music of the Dukes of Swing from Aberdeen. Another board member, Angela Grote, said, “PAPA thanks the community for their support in raising this money to help our local veterans and special thanks to The Lost Roo, Pickled Fish, Long Beach Subway, The Depot restaurant and Bailey’s Bakery and Cafe for all their great food.”

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Glenn Ripley, a board member from the Peninsula Association of Performing Artists, right, presented a check for $1,150 to Terry Bryan, commander of Don R. Grable American Legion Post No. 48 of Ilwaco last week. The money was raised during PAPA’s October “Salute to Veterans” concert and dance at Fort Columbia in Chinook featuring the big-band music of the Dukes of Swing from Aberdeen. Another board member, Angela Grote, said, “PAPA thanks the community for their support in raising this money to help our local veterans and special thanks to The Lost Roo, Pickled Fish, Long Beach Subway, The Depot restaurant and Bailey’s Bakery and Cafe for all their great food.”

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