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‘This is the first step’: Carroll County Veterans Independence Project opens its doors in Westminster

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From left, Sgt. First Class Michael Beard of the Maryland Army National Guard 29th Military Police Company, Carroll County Sheriff Jim DeWees, Carroll County Veterans Independence Project executive director Jason Sidock, Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs Deputy Secretary Robert Finn and CCVIP vice president Ed Cramer ready a sword as they prepare to cut a cake to celebrate the 246st birthday of the US Army at the grand opening celebration of the CCVIP in Westminster Monday, June 14, 2021. (Dylan Slagle/Carroll County Times)

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