Saturday October 10th, 2015 3:06AM

Collins hosting Veterans Benefit Fair

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - Congressman Doug Collins (GA-09) will host a Veterans Benefits Fair on Thursday, February 2, in Toccoah. <br /> <br /> This event is free and open to every veteran in the 9th district seeking information about VA benefits, vocational rehabilitation, educational opportunities, loan guaranty, the Georgia National Cemetery, and VA Medical Center services.<br /> <br /> It will last from 11:00-2:00 and be held at the Stephens County National Guard Armory at 245 East Savannah St. in Toccoa. Collins will be joined by his constituent services staff as well as representatives from the Veterans Administration. <br /> <br /> Veterans interested in attending should RSVP by calling Congressman Collins' Gainesville office at 770-297-3388.
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