A 'Uniform' look for volunteers
First-time Salvation Army volunteer bell ringers, Mark Gazelka and his youngest son Caleb, 18, wore World War II-era dress uniforms Friday as they stood outside Marketplace Foods in Bemidji and talked to Brian Krause, a Vietnam veteran, as he donated. There's also a personal significance for wearing the uniforms: three of Caleb's older brothers have all served in Iraq while in the U.S. Army.
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