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  • Vets to Vets fundraiser at Emily K Center

    VIDEO: The 2nd annual Vets to Vets fundraiser was held Saturday, May 21, 2016 at the Emily K Center in downtown Durham, NC. The event helps Vets to Vets United, Inc. of Durham, NC provide companion/therapeutic/service animals and discounted veterinary care at no cost to US military veterans who suffer service-related problems and/or who have physical disabilities. Saturday's lineup featured wheelchair rugby and womens' senior basketball matchups, along with the Durham Divas and Dude cheerleaders as inspiration.

VIDEO: The 2nd annual Vets to Vets fundraiser was held Saturday, May 21, 2016 at the Emily K Center in downtown Durham, NC. The event helps Vets to Vets United, Inc. of Durham, NC provide companion/therapeutic/service animals and discounted veterinary care at no cost to US military veterans who suffer service-related problems and/or who have physical disabilities. Saturday's lineup featured wheelchair rugby and womens' senior basketball matchups, along with the Durham Divas and Dude cheerleaders as inspiration. Harry Lynch The News and Observer
VIDEO: The 2nd annual Vets to Vets fundraiser was held Saturday, May 21, 2016 at the Emily K Center in downtown Durham, NC. The event helps Vets to Vets United, Inc. of Durham, NC provide companion/therapeutic/service animals and discounted veterinary care at no cost to US military veterans who suffer service-related problems and/or who have physical disabilities. Saturday's lineup featured wheelchair rugby and womens' senior basketball matchups, along with the Durham Divas and Dude cheerleaders as inspiration. Harry Lynch The News and Observer

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