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Aaron Landers is being deployed to Iraq. He has been a resident of Biggsville for 13 years. He is a 2006 graduate of West Central High School. After graduation he left for service in the United States Marines.
Now, on April 23rd, he is being sent to Iraq from California.
April 10th, he is returning to Biggsville for a short leave before deployment.
His family is having an Open House for Aaron at the Biggsville Community building Saturday, April 14th from 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. It is open to the public.
"We hope that everyone will mark their calendars and take time that day to stop in and see Aaron. I want to let him know how much we at home are behind him and appreciate what he is doing for our country," his mother Debbie said. "We are so proud of him."
On Sunday, April 15th, Aaron will be leaving to go to the airport and it would be great if community members from around the area could line the highways and let him know we care. The time should be around 2:15 p.m.
Aaron's parents are Shawn and Debbie Landers and he has two younger sisters, Jadee and Emilee Landers, all of Biggsville.