New PCF Legion post receives flags from Greencastle post

Wednesday, July 6, 2016
Displaying the Legion and American flags donated to the Putnamville Correctional Facility Legion Post by Cassell C. Tucker American Legion Post 58 in Greencastle are (from left) PCF Assistant Superintendent Mike Rains, Greencastle American Legion Post Commander Rod Gaffney, offender Carl Cotner III, Chaplain Jacinda Cronau, Greencastle Sons of the American Legion (SAL) Commander Tony Sparks, offender Delford Jones and Greencastle SAL Sergeant-at-Arms Jeff Bray.

PUTNAMVILLE -- The newly created Adam Brown Memorial American Legion Post 208, which is located at the Putnamville Correctional Facility (PCF), has received a donation of flags from Cassell C. Tucker American Legion Post 58 in Greencastle.

The Putnamville post was presented with an American flag and American Legion flag, along with stands, for their meetings and other ceremonies.

PCF Correctional Officer Tony Sparks, who was instrumental in the recent formation of the PCF Legion post, is commander of the Sons of the American Legion at Greencastle.

"We're a new post, and this donation is extremely meaningful to us," PCF post liaison and Chaplain Jacinda Cronau said following the presentation. "We are looking forward to a long and positive relationship with the Greencastle post."

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