Restaurants support WWII honor flight

Carl’s Jr. restaurants are donating 25 percent of their sales from Saturday evening to the Western Slope Honor Flight, which will fly World War II veterans to Washington, D.C., on May 4-5 to visit memorials erected in their honor. An additional $30,000 is needed to make the trip a reality, said Kris Baugh, vice president of Western Slope Honor Flight.



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Carl’s Jr. restaurants are donating 25 percent of their sales from Saturday evening to the Western Slope Honor Flight, which will fly World War II veterans to Washington, D.C., on May 4-5 to visit memorials erected in their honor. An additional $30,000 is needed to make the trip a reality, said Kris Baugh, vice president of Western Slope Honor Flight.

Western Slope World War II veterans who couldn’t participate in last year’s honor flight could have that chance to visit Washington, D.C., during a flight slated for May…




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