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American Legion, Auxiliary host Veterans Appreciation Night

MADISON – Veterans Appreciation Night will continue the thoughts of Veterans Day into the evening on Nov. 11.

Black Patch Distilling Co., a veteran-owned business at 500 Lanier Road in Madison, will host the event from 6 to 9 p.m. All veterans and their families are welcome to attend and enjoy great food, beverages and camaraderie among fellow veterans in the community.

Guests will have a chance at door prizes. A deejay will keep the music flowing throughout the evening.

American Legion, Post 229 and Auxiliary Unit 229 of Madison are sponsoring Veterans Appreciation Night. Organizers will appreciate reservations in advance, but a reservation is not required.

For more information, call 256-929-8450 or email ALAux229@yahoo.com.

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