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Tennessee Valley Veterans Benefit members, Jim Bob Nation and Frank Fejeran, presented Major Marty Nix of the Civil Air Patrol's Choo Choo Senior Squadron with a donation targeted to help Wreaths Across America place holiday wreaths on veterans' graves during December's ceremony.

During a recent meeting of the Tennessee Valley Veterans Benefit, Jim Bob Nation and Frank Fejeran presented Major Marty Nix of the Civil Air Patrol's Choo Choo Senior Squadron with a check in the amount of $240. The check represents a donation to Wreaths Across America, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to place a holiday wreath on the headstones of every veteran buried at all the national cemeteries every December.

The Tennessee Valley Veterans Benefit is a nonprofit organization that raises money to help local veterans in need, funding things like home repair, building wheel chair ramps, or other vet needs as approved by the Tennessee Valley Veterans Benefit members.

Choo Choo Squadron has been supporting Wreaths Across America for about a decade, and this donation will sponsor 16 more wreaths to be placed on the headstones of our veterans at the Chattanooga National Cemetery this December.

Maj. Larry Stewart, CAP

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