Epping joins those unwilling to forget

EPPING — Joyce Dodge Blanchard remembered watching her father, a World War II veteran, as he shaved. “He would let me touch the bullet hole in his arm, the one in his leg,” she said. “But he never let us touch the plate in his head. And he never talked about it.”Blanchard and about 50 other people gathered this past Monday night in the Epping Town Hall for the dedication of the town’s POW/MIA chair, which sits near the entryway. While some, like Blanchard’s father, came home, […]

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