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In September 2012, the Hays County Commissioners Court approved a proclamation hailing establishment of AMVETS Post 115 in Kyle. Pictured left to right are, Pct. 2 Commissioner Mark Jones, Post Cmdr. David Lyle, Pct. 1 Commissioner Debbie Ingalsbe, County Judge Bert Cobb, Legislative Affairs Officer James Clements, Honor Guard Cmdr. Max Vasquez, Women’s Veterans’ Representative Robin Rose, Judge Advocate Clint Williams, Pct. 3 Commissioner Will Conley and Pct. 4 Commissioner Ray Whisenant. HAYS COUNTY PHOTO by LAUREEN CHERNOW

In September 2012, the Hays County Commissioners Court approved a proclamation hailing establishment of AMVETS Post 115 in Kyle. Pictured left to right are, Pct. 2 Commissioner Mark Jones, Post Cmdr. David Lyle, Pct. 1 Commissioner Debbie Ingalsbe, County Judge Bert Cobb, Legislative Affairs Officer James Clements, Honor Guard Cmdr. Max Vasquez, Women’s Veterans’ Representative Robin Rose, Judge Advocate Clint Williams, Pct. 3 Commissioner Will Conley and Pct. 4 Commissioner Ray Whisenant. HAYS COUNTY PHOTO by LAUREEN CHERNOW

STAFF REPORT

AMVETS’s local post will offer free claims assistance to Hays County veterans during a one-day visit to Kyle this weekend.

John Cook will be available for consultations at the Central Texas AMVETS Post 115 from 9 a.m to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 13 at 401 N. Rebel Drive. Cook is the Central Texas group’s veterans service officer.

The local group is led by Cmdr. David Lyle and Legislative Affairs Officer James Clements, both Kyle residents. For information about AMVETS claims assistance, visit Post 115’s website here or contact Lyle by email here.

Hays County also maintains a fulltime veterans service office at the Old Hays County Courthouse, 111 E. San Antonio Street, in SAn Marcos. Veteran Services Officer Jude Prather can be reached by email here.

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