Donald Leeworthy, 85 of Coarsegold, is greeted by enthusiastic volunteers during the Central Valley Honor Flight.
Donald Leeworthy, 85 of Coarsegold, is greeted by enthusiastic volunteers during the Central Valley Honor Flight. Lauren Mueller Special to Sierra Star
Donald Leeworthy, 85 of Coarsegold, is greeted by enthusiastic volunteers during the Central Valley Honor Flight. Lauren Mueller Special to Sierra Star

‘Highlight of my life,’ Coarsegold veteran says of latest Central Valley Honor Flight

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