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Legion Post 214 members John Banning, Tony Dunn, Bobby Prater and Charlie Porter display a Russian 762/54 Water Cooled MAXIM machine gun on a Sokdov wheel mount captured from Soviets by Finns. The gun fires 200-600 rounds per minute. The gun is part of a collection owned by a member of the Post.

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Legionnaire, Larry Murray of Post 214 was awarded an American Legion Plaque, Medal and Patch from the National Office for his 71 continuous years as a Legionnaire.  It was presented by Dist. 3 Commander Clyde Mabery.  Also present were Post 214 Commander Steve Zietz, and Past DAV Commander Bob Bostwick.

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Marine Corps 1st Sergeant John Serpa accepts check for Toys for Tots from Vice Commander Tony Dunn American Legion Post 214. This was the largest donation received by the local Marines.

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American Legion Post 214 members display weapons of World War II from Germany and Russia during a recent gun show. These weapons are from The Cecil D. Buchanan War Museum. Left to right: Carroll Kelley, Post Adjutant; Tony Dunn, Post Vice Commander; Steve Zietz, Post Commander.

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Commander Pat Ramsey and members of Vietnam Veterans Chapter 523 helped disabled veteran Matt McCollam move to a new residence in Berea.

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The Greenville County Republican Women’s Club installed officers at the Poinsett Club Thursday, December 3, 2015. Karen Floyd, former Chairman of the South Carolina Republican Party conducted the ceremony and administered the oath of office.

From left to right the officers are Evelyn Hargett, Treasurer; Ann Powell, Secretary; Racine Cooper, Second Vice President; Julie Hershey, First Vice President and Mary Beth Green, President. Susan Kendrick, Corresponding Secretary is absent from the photo.

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Aubrey Elliott provided music for the December 18, “Christmas in Dixie” Program at the Museum and Library of Confederate History.

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The Daybreak Singers present The Joy of Christmas at Daybreak Community Church in Greenville.

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