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  • Women veterans talk about experiences

  • Former Army Sgt. Mandy Croy will share her military experience as one of four panelists discussing women veterans issues and reintegration into the civilian world.
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  • Former Army Sgt. Mandy Croy will share her military experience as one of four panelists discussing women veterans issues and reintegration into the civilian world.
    The discussion and a showing of the documentary film "When Women Come Marching Home" will be from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 25, at the Medford library, 205 S. Central Ave.
    Joining Croy on the panel will be her husband, Army Staff Sgt. Jonathan Croy, along fellow women military veterans Kara Stiles and Erika Yohner.
    The event's mission is to help women veterans and families, said Betty Welden, vice president of mission services for Goodwill Industries of Southern Oregon.
    The hosts are Goodwill Industries of Southern Oregon, Rogue Community College and Rogue Valley Veterans and Community Outreach. The event is sponsored by the Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians along with radio stations Q100.3 and AM 1440 KMED.
    The free event, which includes a light lunch, has limited seating. RSVP Cheryl Nicolay at Goodwill by Oct. 21 at 541-772-3300 or cheryl.nicolay@sogoodwill.org. (Correction: This phone number has been updated.)
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