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U.S. Vets celebrates five years of helping homeless veterans

The Daily Courier/Jo. L. Keener<br>
Formerly homeless veterans Daniel Tejada, George Henkel and Paul Pounds look at artwork for sale during a U.S. Vets open house Wednesday at the Bob Stump VA Medical Center in Prescott. The homeless vets stay at the VA center under a U.S. Vets program that helps with rehabilitation and gives the vets a new direction.

The Daily Courier/Jo. L. Keener<br> Formerly homeless veterans Daniel Tejada, George Henkel and Paul Pounds look at artwork for sale during a U.S. Vets open house Wednesday at the Bob Stump VA Medical Center in Prescott. The homeless vets stay at the VA center under a U.S. Vets program that helps with rehabilitation and gives the vets a new direction.

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