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BHHS Class of ’74 Supports America’s Veterans, Vet Dogs

FIGHTING FOR FREEDOM – Members of Beverly Hills High School Class of ‘74 produced the local inaugural event for America’s VetDogs last weekend. Pictured, back row, from left: Sara Ell, Zuma’s trainer, Zuma, Jeff Lapin, John Jameson, Don Dea (Chairman of the Board of America’s VetDogs), and John Miller (CEO of America’s VetDogs) and in the front row, Veteran Joe Worley and his service dog Galaxie, Harold Brook, Renee Turkell Brook, Bonnie Singer, Carey Appel Pearlman, Dee Dee Dorskind, Lilly Lewis, and veteran Jeff Fleeher with Zuma.

Posted Thursday, June 6, 2019 - 6:26 pm

By Victoria Talbot

It was a series of coincidences that brought together Beverly Hills High School Class of ’74 and America’s VetDogs in Los Angeles last weekend for their inaugural event at a private home in Bel Air.

Classmate Bonnie Singer, who resides on the East Coast, reached out to her classmates with an idea. How could they help spread the word to support a really great organization that is doing so much to help wounded veterans returning from combat?

For full story see the print edition of The Beverly Hills Courier, or download the e-edition.

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