DOYLESTOWN, Pa. - American Legion Post 210 in Doylestown strayed from its normal meeting arrangements recently for a good cause.
The commander introduced Uber driver Melinda Bowyer, of Doylestown, and commended her on her humanitarian duties.
She was honored for tasks such as helping homeless individuals get the medical attention they need and for taking them to a "Code Blue" shelter when temperatures are below freezing.
Bowyer was presented with the Post's Certificate of Appreciation for her service to the community. She was also given a contribution from Post members to help provide necessities to the homeless.
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