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    Santa Clarita American Legion Veteran Group Names New Leaders

    American Legion Post 507, a Santa Clarita-based organization supporting veterans of foreign wars, named a new commander Thursday. Jeanine “Tootsie” Imperial was named the new commander, and former SCV Man of the Year Greg Nutter will remain first vice commander, according to J.D. Kennedy, who led the local chapter of the nation’s largest wartime-service veterans organization for the last two years. “We’re chartered by Congress to help veterans get benefits,” Kennedy said. “We do that in many different ways -- we file the paperwork, assist veterans with access to their federal and state benefits -- but Post 507 has also worked with local businesses, the city, and other organizations to better serve veterans with any immediate needs they may have.”

    Ricky Slocum Memorial Fund Hosts Poker Tournament To Help Veterans

     

    The Ricky Slocum Memorial Fund plans to host its second annual poker tournament and casino night Nov. 16 at Robinson Ranch.

    Tickets to the event are $100, with proceeds going directly to financial support for local veterans.


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    Santa Clarita Veteran Housing Project Celebrates Groundbreaking

    Santa Clarita hosted Habitat for Humanity of the San Fernando and Santa Clarita Valley's groundbreaking for a first of its kind housing community for veterans over Veteran's Day Weekend

    More Than 80 Volunteers Still Needed To Read Names At The Vietnam Wall

    The Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall is coming to the Santa Clarita Valley in less than a month, from Sept. 26 to 29, and there are still 80 to 100 volunteers needed to read the more than 58,000 names on the wall. Click through to sign up for your shift.