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January 25, 2014 12:00 AM

Editorial | Vets center expansion advancing

The Veterans Welcome Home & Resource Center in Little River is on the threshold of starting a re-integration house for military veterans readjusting to civilian life. The center’s founder and volunteer director, Kris “Turtle’’ Tourtellotte, says a brick home on Highway 57 will be the center’s new headquarters as well as the re-integration house.

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