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Presbyterian Manor needs your help to thank a veteran this Fourth of July

WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) -

Operation Thank a Veteran is designed to honor those who sacrifice so much for our freedoms.

On the Fourth of July, a note will be used to say thank you to the older veterans.

Presbyterian Manor is asking you to go online and write the brief note and they will be printed and delivered on July 3rd.

To fill out the card click here.

Help make this Independence Day special. You have until June 28 to take part.

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