Victor Hamburger, 95, of North Fork, center, had the opportunity to take part in a recent Central Valley Honor Flight to Washing, D.C, thanks to the fundraising efforts of Michael C. Horasanian, D.D.S., left, his Office Manager Taryn Williams, and the community.
Victor Hamburger, 95, of North Fork, center, had the opportunity to take part in a recent Central Valley Honor Flight to Washing, D.C, thanks to the fundraising efforts of Michael C. Horasanian, D.D.S., left, his Office Manager Taryn Williams, and the community. Brian Wilkinson Sierra Star
Victor Hamburger, 95, of North Fork, center, had the opportunity to take part in a recent Central Valley Honor Flight to Washing, D.C, thanks to the fundraising efforts of Michael C. Horasanian, D.D.S., left, his Office Manager Taryn Williams, and the community. Brian Wilkinson Sierra Star

Honor Flight - a trip to remember

August 23, 2016 02:12 PM

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