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Folks Rolling Into The Waterloo VFW

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Debbie Keim cuts the ribbon at the Waterloo VFW's new handicapped accessible entrance.
Debbie Keim cuts the ribbon at the Waterloo VFW's new handicapped accessible entrance.

It is now easier than ever to dine on fish and attend meetings at the lower level of the Waterloo VFW. The basement dining area is now accessible by an ADA compliant ramp. The ramp is graded to easily allow wheelchair bound folks to easily get down to the basement then to exit and get …

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