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Legion Auxiliary plans Hawaiian Luau
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Donations are being accepted for chances to win this quilt and support the Golden Plains Quilts of Valor. - photo by COURTESY PHOTO

The American Legion Auxiliary in Great Bend will hold its seventh annual Hawaiian Luau fundraiser on Saturday, July 29, at Post 180, 1011 Kansas Ave., for members of the Legion and Auxiliary, Sons of the American Legion and guests. Doors will open at 6 p.m. and the menu will feature Aaron Delgado’s barbecued ribs and chicken. Ham, scalloped potatoes and other sides and desserts will be furnished by Unit 180 American Legion Auxiliary members.
Proceeds will go to veterans organizations and to the Golden Plains Quilts of Valor so they can continue to make quilts which are presented to veterans each month.
There will be a dance from 8-11 p.m. with the Night Winds Band, featuring John Lichter, John Stettinger, Micheal Stettinger, Kurtis Koch, Noel Shoak and Bob Jarmer.
A fundraiser auction will be held at intermission time.
Tickets are $15 or $20 at the door which includes dinner and dance. Tickets are available after 5 p.m. at the Legion bar or from any member of the American Legion Auxiliary executive board. Call 620-793-5912.

Quilts of Valor quilt
Donations will also be accepted for chances on a quilt. The quilt top was made by Judy Burnette and Barton County Attorney Amy Mellor did the quilting of this “roughly queen-sized quilt.” All proceeds from this drawing will go to Golden Plains Quilts of Valor. The group is supported entirely by donations and makes quilts that are presented to local veterans.
Tickets will be available at the Legion during the Luau on July 29, at any Hamburger Feed night (first Mondays of the month), and on Quilts of Valor night (last Friday of every month). The raffle will be held on Nov. 24 following the Quilts of Valor presentation at the American Legion Post 180.