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American Legion to host second charity train show

The first American Legion model train show, April 13, was such a success the group is hosting a second one on Saturday, Nov. 16, with all donations going to benefit the Wounded Warrior Program. Legion member and avid model train enthusiast Ron Luke (pictured in the conductor hat) and others will be on hand to demonstrate the intricacies of the various systems, and to answer questions.  - Luciano Marano | Bainbridge Island Review
The first American Legion model train show, April 13, was such a success the group is hosting a second one on Saturday, Nov. 16, with all donations going to benefit the Wounded Warrior Program. Legion member and avid model train enthusiast Ron Luke (pictured in the conductor hat) and others will be on hand to demonstrate the intricacies of the various systems, and to answer questions.
— image credit: Luciano Marano | Bainbridge Island Review

The Bainbridge Island American Legion Colin Hyde Post 172 will host their second annual model train show from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16.

Several different model trains will be assembled and on display, along with several informational displays for visitors to learn more about trains. Legion hobbyists will be on hand for demonstrations and to answer questions.

The event is free, with a recommended donation of $5 per person. All proceeds go to benefit the Wounded Warrior Program.

For more information contact Ron Luke at 206-842-9910 or visit bainbridgeislandpost172.org.

Colin Hyde Post is located at 7880 Bucklin Hill Road.

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