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An additional two houses were prepared for transportation to the Kickapoo Tribe in Kansas, north of Topeka June 21. The structures were taken to the Rifle Range gate and left to wait until after the Country Stampede event in Manhattan, Kansas. The houses were delivered to the reservation June 26. Both structures came from the Warner-Peterson housing area and were donated through the combined efforts of the Operation Walking Shield organization in California, 1st Infantry Division, Corvias Military Living, Fort Riley and the Kickapoo Housing Authority. According to Steve Milton, Fort Riley garrison housing manager, this most recent delivery brings the total number of houses taken to the reservation so far to four with an additional six to be delivered this fall.


An additional two houses were prepared for transportation to the Kickapoo Tribe in Kansas, north of Topeka June 21. The structures were taken to the Rifle Range gate and left to wait until after the Country Stampede event in Manhattan, Kansas. The houses were delivered to the reservation June 26. Both structures came from the Warner-Peterson housing area and were donated through the combined efforts of the Operation Walking Shield organization in California, 1st Infantry Division, Corvias Military Living, Fort Riley and the Kickapoo Housing Authority. According to Steve Milton, Fort Riley garrison housing manager, this most recent delivery brings the total number of houses taken to the reservation so far to four with an additional six to be delivered this fall.

Andy Massanet, FORT RILEY PUBLIC AFFAIRS
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