Vietnam veteran George Turner (left) and Afghanistan veteran Grant Garrison discussed their experiences leading them to Heroes Home Gate, a shelter for homeless veterans in Kansas City that was dedicated Saturday. Turner and Garrison will both live at the new home, which features a larger kitchen than the old house and has a cozy living room.
Vietnam veteran George Turner (left) and Afghanistan veteran Grant Garrison discussed their experiences leading them to Heroes Home Gate, a shelter for homeless veterans in Kansas City that was dedicated Saturday. Turner and Garrison will both live at the new home, which features a larger kitchen than the old house and has a cozy living room. Allison Long The Kansas City Star
Vietnam veteran George Turner (left) and Afghanistan veteran Grant Garrison discussed their experiences leading them to Heroes Home Gate, a shelter for homeless veterans in Kansas City that was dedicated Saturday. Turner and Garrison will both live at the new home, which features a larger kitchen than the old house and has a cozy living room. Allison Long The Kansas City Star

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