With 10 inches of snow and -10 degrees on its way tonight, a smaller but enthusiastic group of 16 OWLS enjoyed a potluck with many deserts. Neitzel snowmen graced the tables. Marcia Galvan, Community Development Director, presented a review of the program “Housing 4 Vets”. They are located in the old Caravilla building just off Prairie Ave. north of Beloit. They have 24 rooms and can house 48 people. It is a transition facility for Vets in IN, IL, MI and WI. Each room has a kitchen and bath. Many are Viet Nam veterans. They may stay up to 24 months. Any Vet who has served at least one day on active duty qualifies. A very active question and answer period followed the presentation. The group donated $50 to the project. It was noted that $100 had been donated to the Mueller family in December. A total of $35 was collected. Next Month: The next meeting will be February 28. The program will be Kurt Vangalder with a program on Polar Bears.