Every year the LCW Post 1 Color Guard makes a sizeable donation of socks and underwear to homeless veterans. This year was no exception. On Friday, October 22, six guard members took $1,300 worth to Step Denver, a residential recovery program for men with nowhere else to go. The money for the donations is raised through the annual car show, Easter Sunday breakfast, and donations made when they are requested to present colors at various events outside of the Legion. Thank you to all who come out and support our Color
Guard events each year!

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