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Captain Ryan Heidelberger speaks at Memorial Day program in Lowry

He's an Alexandria graduate now living in Garfield.

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Captain Ryan Heidelberger was the guest speaker at the Gust F. Holden Post 253 Memorial Day Program May 30 in the Lowry Community Center. Heidelberger, an Alexandria high school and Mankato State University graduate who now lives near Garfield, served for 10 years in the Minnesota National Guard, including in Iraq and Croatia.
Photo submitted by Rick Gail, post adjutant
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Captain Ryan Heidelberger was the guest speaker at the Gust F. Holden Post 253 Memorial Day Program May 30 in the Lowry Community Center. Heidelberger, an Alexandria high school and Mankato State University graduate who now lives near Garfield, served for 10 years in the Minnesota National Guard, including in Iraq and Croatia. (Photo submitted by Rick Gail, post adjutant)

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