David Miller, a Vietnam veteran from Loveland, is organizing a free dinner for military families on Monday, April 14.
The dinner will be served from 7-9 p.m. at Paxton's Grill, 126 W. Loveland Ave.
The dinner is his way of letting current families of men and women in the armed forces or National Guard know they are not alone in worrying about their loved ones, Miller said. Over the years since his service in Vietnam, he said he "realized what pain and struggle it was for our sweethearts, and moms and dads while we were away from home on the other side of earth fighting a war."
Kevin Egan, co-owner and manager of Paxton's Grill, agreed to host the event.
For more information, call Miller at 683-7195.
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