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Modern Woodmen chapters name Hometown Hero award winners

Modern Woodmen of America local chapters 16898 and 17374 recently selected their 2019 Hometown Hero Award winners. 

Local Chapter 16898 selected James Keith and Regina Gail Horn of Caddo Gap as their 2019 Hometown Hero Award winners.

Local Chapter 16898 selected James Keith and Regina Gail Horn of Caddo Gap as their 2019 Hometown Hero Award winners. – Photo submitted by Dicey Miller

Local Chapter 17374 selected Dewayne Holloway of Caddo Gap as their 2019 Hometown Hero Award winner.

The Hometown Hero Award give Modern Woodmen members an opportunity every year to honor an individual for their outstanding volunteer service to the local community.

Each award recipient receives a certificate of appreciation and a $100 voucher to be given to a charity of their choice.

Local Chapter 17374 selected Dewayne Holloway of Caddo Gap as their 2019 Hometown Hero Award winner. – Photo submitted by Dicey Miller

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