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Ghoulfest honors veterans, active duty

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Rodney Kelley, right, 50th Missile Defense Agency information technology audio and video technician, passes out flyers during Ghoulfest at Sam’s Club, Colorado Springs, Colorado, Oct. 14, 2017. Ghoulfest recognized 12 veterans and active duty soldiers, sailors, Airmen and Marines for their service. (Courtesy photo)

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Mark Kennedy, middle, 50th National Reconnaissance Office Operations Squadron logistics technician, eats with members of the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association during Ghoulfest at Sam’s Club, Colorado Springs, Colorado, Oct. 14, 2017. Kennedy has facilitated the Hellscream Haunted House and provided a portion of the raffle prizes for the past three years. (Courtesy photo)

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Sheree Robinson, 50th Missile Defense Agency technical administrative assistant, stands with members of the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association during Ghoulfest at Sam’s Club, Colorado Springs, Colorado, Oct. 14, 2017. Robinson coordinated the “Poker Run, where guests rode motorcycle to each of the three haunted houses. (Courtesy photo)

SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Ghoulfest recognized 12 veterans and active duty soldiers, sailors, Airmen and Marines for their service. The Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association presented five plaques to various veterans and active duty service members in recognition of their sacrifice and commitment. Funds raised from the event will go to the Bruce McCandles' Veterans Community Living Center in Florence, Colorado. 
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