“Waffles for Warriors” held Wednesday by Support Siouxland Soldiers

Support Siouxland Soldiers hosted "Waffles for Warriors" Wednesday morning. 

The event is to treat veterans to a free monthly breakfast to thank them for their service.

"Waffles for Warriors" is one of the many offerings Support Siouxland Soldiers hosts throughout the year. 

The Director of Support Siouxland Soldiers says "Waffles for Warriors" is just one of the many things they do for veterans throughout the year.

"I just think it’s a great opportunity for the community to come together and thank our veterans and just continue let them know that we’re thinking about them and that we thank them for their service," said Sarah Petersen, Director of Support Siouxland Soldiers. 

Each year these events serve over 2500 Veterans and family members and require over 100 Volunteers and 4,000 volunteer hours. 

To learn more about Support Siouxland Soldiers you can visit their website http://supportsiouxlandsoldiers.com.



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