Sons of the American Legion Post 90 thanks supporters of U.P. Honor Flight
On May 21, a benefit for the UP Honor Flight was held at American Legion Post 90 Lake Linden by The Sons of The American Legion, Post 90, and Post 90 Auxiliary.
The benefit raised more than $15,000 to send veterans to Washington DC to see the memorials built in their honor.
We extend our thanks to Post 90 veterans, Auxiliary members, and members of the community for their work and dedication to make it all happen.
We would like to thank all of the organizations, individuals and businesses for their donations:
Noteworthy contributors include Barbershop Ensemble, 15th District VFW Auxiliary, Ace Hardware, American Forestry, American Legion Post 90, American Legion Post 90 Auxiliary, Andy Crouch/ Finlandia University, Aspirus Fitness Center, AT&T, Auto Value, Bob & Bonnie Olli, Bobbie Deroche, Brenda Ollikainen/Color Street, Brian & Christy Baccus, Calumet VFW Auxiliary, Clarence Hoffman, Dan & Debbie Judnich, Dave Baril, Debbie Lajimodiere, Della Petaga, Dollar Bay Linoleum & Tile, Exercise Classes at Bootjack Hall/Laura Hamlett, Gail Deiro, Gartner’s Gallery, Gary Mattson, Gino’s, Gloria Strieter, Grady Dagen, Green Bay Packers, Hardwood Steakhouse, Harter’s Carquest, Heather Kiilunen, Houghton County Veteran’s Affairs, Isle Royale Sea Planes, Jim & Julie Goldsworthy, Jim Hamlett, Joan Dostaler, Jon Simula, John Midkiff, JP’s Fast Track, Karen Destrampe, Keweenaw ATV Club, Keweenaw Peninsula Photography, Kiilunen Repair, Kirkish Furniture, Koppers, Lani Junttonen, Lakes Lounge, Larry Rule, Mark & Mona Englund, McGann’s Boulding Supply, Meneguzzo Motors, Michigan Tech, Nancy Hannula, Northern Michigan University, Northside Auto, Northwind Books, Northwinds Adventures, O’Reilly Auto, Pat’s IGA, Paula Jacobs in memory of James Spehar, Roger LaCasse, Ron Schmidt, Sayen’s Auto, Superior Blue Photography, Susan Lavolette, Swift Hardware, UP Honor Flight, Wards Outdoor Equipment, Vollwerth’s, Washington Middle School/Calumet, Wild Blue Wander, UP at Rice Lake, and any others who we may have omitted.
Without the generous people and organizations of the Copper Country, this woud not have been possible.
Thank you and thank you from the Veterans of the UP.
— Mark Englund
Sons of The American Legion Squadron 90