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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
Gary Drossart, center, on Friday, March 6, presented the bill paid in full for a new furnace and air conditioning system to Don Grundy, director of Camp American Legion. The systems were purchased by Vets & Guides and donated to Camp American for use in a new cabin being constructed the Wisconsin American Legion has designated for families of U.S. military personnel who died while in the service. Also pictured are, from left, Vets & Guides board member Jeanne Godar, Bob Nevaroski with Lake Tomahawk Heating and Air Conditioning, and Vets & Guides volunteer Bob Williams. (Brian Jopek/Lakeland Times)
Gary Drossart, center, on Friday, March 6, presented the bill paid in full for a new furnace and air conditioning system to Don Grundy, director of Camp American Legion. The systems were purchased by Vets & Guides and donated to Camp American for use in a new cabin being constructed the Wisconsin American Legion has designated for families of U.S. military personnel who died while in the service. Also pictured are, from left, Vets & Guides board member Jeanne Godar, Bob Nevaroski with Lake Tomahawk Heating and Air Conditioning, and Vets & Guides volunteer Bob Williams. (Brian Jopek/Lakeland Times)
Tuesday, March 10, 2020 7:29 AM

In June 2019, a ceremonial groundbreaking took place at Camp American Legion near Lake Tomahawk for a cabin on Thrush Road to be named “The American Legion Family Cabin.”

Work has steadily been progressing on the cabin and Camp American Legion director Don Grundy said on Friday, March 6, things are on schedule to have the cabin ready by late May or early June at the latest. (subscriber access)

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