KUDOS: Camp needed help, Legion ball players stepped up to the plate


THREE PLAYERS on the baseball team sponsored by the Grafton Legion Post were honored for their volunteer work at Camp American Legion. Gathered for a photo at the recognition event were (from left) Legionnaire Bill Vorac, baseball players Bryan Schaefer, Trevor Marien and Brandon Schaefer and Port Commander Ken Kasprzak.
By 
Kelly Rieck
Guidance counselor Grafton High School

To Ozaukee Press:

Recently the Rose-Harms American Legion Post 355 of Grafton issued a request to the Legion baseball team it sponsors for volunteers to assist with “heavy lifting” season closing activities at Camp American Legion on Lake Tomahawk in northern Wisconsin.

Three Grafton High School students stepped up and accomplished the required tasks. Trevor Marien, Brandon Schaefer and Bryan Schaefer were recognized for their actions. 

A special thanks to them, their parents and any future volunteers.

 

Editor’s note: The camp is operated by the American Legion as a peaceful getaway in the north woods for veterans and members of the military and their families.

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