The Vietnam Veterans of America-Baytown Chapter 922 recently presented John’s Trim Shop Employees with a plaque showing their appreciation for the shop’s recent fundraiser, the first-ever Truck-Car-MC-Jeep Show in April. The shop’s owner, Ronnie Fehring, said the vets are the ones that should be thanked. Pictured are from left, John Saenz, Ivan Berman, Todd Lundquist, Ronnie Fehring, Tom Cottar and Rosendo Lopez. 

Saying thanks can sometimes mean a simple handshake, an award, or just a few words. 

The Vietnam Veterans of America-Baytown Chapter 922 showed their appreciation toward John’s Trim Shop on Garth Road for a recent fundraiser held to help out their organization. A small ceremony with a plaque was held last week at the shop. 

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