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    US Veterans Mark Holiday by Serving Meals to Homeless Vetsi
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    November 12, 2013 11:35 PM
    A U.S. non-profit group has marked Veterans Day by bringing military veteran volunteers to a Washington church to prepare and serve meals for the homeless - many of whom are fellow veterans. VOA's Michael Lipin went to Miriam's Kitchen to see how it is helping those veterans and other homeless people get their life back on track.

    US Veterans Mark Holiday by Serving Meals to Homeless Vets

    Published November 12, 2013

    A U.S. non-profit group has marked Veterans Day by bringing military veteran volunteers to a Washington church to prepare and serve meals for the homeless - many of whom are fellow veterans. VOA's Michael Lipin went to Miriam's Kitchen to see how it is helping those veterans and other homeless people get their life back on track.


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