Top 5 Veterans News Today: Dec. 24, 2017

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  1. Chattanooga Vets Center goes the extra mile for veterans. The Chattanooga Vets Center is taking some time to give back this holiday season. On a daily basis they help connect veterans with the services they need.
  2. Coming together in Cayuga County to remember veterans. On Saturday, Dec. 16, I had the incredible honor to participate in the Wreaths Across America service at SS. Peter and John Episcopal Church in Auburn.

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  3. Veterans Treatment Court Grad Charged With Breaking Into Home. A man profiled in the Chicago Sun-Times after he finished a new federal treatment program for veterans allegedly broke into an empty suburban home last week carrying two loaded firearms, extra ammunition and a knife, authorities say.
  4. Stark County veterans receive Christmas gifts from the community. In Stark County alone the veterans service organization helps more than 2,400 veterans, and this holiday season the local community showed it’s appreciation to the men and women who served our country.
  5. Monroe County Executive announces new director of Veterans Service Agency. Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo has announced the appointment of Nicholas Stefanovic as Director of Monroe County’s Veterans Service Agency (VSA).

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