Veterans rep to outreach in Clark Fork

By Reader Staff

There will be a representative from the Bonner County Veterans Service Office visiting Clark Fork on Tuesday, June 19.

The representative will be on hand to answer questions about current veterans’ benefits, assist with ongoing claims and take new claims for benefits for eligible veterans and their dependents.

The Bonner County Veteran Service Officer will be at the Clark Fork Public Library, 601 Main St., between the hours of 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Bonner County Service Officer, Bryan Hult, will be seeing veterans by appointment only to ensure everyone is given quality time.

Appointments must be scheduled no later than the Friday prior by calling Lyndsie Halcro at (208) 255-5291. If there are no appointments scheduled for this outreach or weather conditions prohibit travel, the outreach will be canceled.

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