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Published: Friday, 5/22/2009

Center reaches out to veterans

Marine Corps veteran Hal Bailey, left, who served in the Vietnam War, looks at statues and flags for sale at the Toledo Vet Center. Also examining the items yesterday were World War II veterans Martin Gerken, center, and Bob Scott. Mr. Gerken was a POW for 18 months in Germany during WW II, while Mr. Scott was a paratrooper. Marine Corps veteran Hal Bailey, left, who served in the Vietnam War, looks at statues and flags for sale at the Toledo Vet Center. Also examining the items yesterday were World War II veterans Martin Gerken, center, and Bob Scott. Mr. Gerken was a POW for 18 months in Germany during WW II, while Mr. Scott was a paratrooper.
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Lance Cpl. Richard Cable and other members of the Marine Corps stand in front of the Vet Center, 1565 S. Byrne Rd., Ste. 104, Toledo. The center, which opened in August, had an open house yesterday. It offers readjustment counseling and outreach services to any veteran who served in any combat zone. It also offers help to family members. Lance Cpl. Richard Cable and other members of the Marine Corps stand in front of the Vet Center, 1565 S. Byrne Rd., Ste. 104, Toledo. The center, which opened in August, had an open house yesterday. It offers readjustment counseling and outreach services to any veteran who served in any combat zone. It also offers help to family members.
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