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By Mike Ferrians
The Times 

Dayton American Legion sets sights for 2024

The post has plans for a columbarium in Pioneer Cemetery

 

January 4, 2024

Brandi Hollingsworth

Tim Hollingsworth, a Dayton High School graduate, served 20 years in the National Guard and now finds meaning in serving his community.

DAYTON-American Legion Frank E. Bauers Post No. 42 in Dayton is looking to begin a new chapter at a time when at least one in 10 persons living in Columbia County is a United States military veteran.

Post Commander Tim Hollingsworth of Waitsburg took over the role last fall. He served in the Washington Army National Guard for 20 years. His wife, Brandi, served eight years. She now serves as Treasurer of Post No. 42.

"We want this to be a time for reinvigorating our post," said Hollingsworth. "So, we've been talking about ways to do that. We know a lot of people are busy, and my generation...



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