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Innkeepers Baking for Soldiers

This episode of Big Blend Radio features Innkeepers who Bake for Activie Duty Military. Hear about their service and military heroes in their lives, and the treats they baked as part of the Soldiers' Angels program.


- Karen Wilson - The Lion & The Rose Bed & Breakfast in Asheville, North Carolina. Visit: 

- Tiffany Bertram - Tiffanys Bed & Breakfast near Hot Springs, Arkansas. Visit: 

- Maria Chamberlain - The Inn at OxBow Acres in Milan, New Hampshire. Visit: 

- Chef Rob Wezwick - US Airforce Veteran & Ash Street Inn in Manchester, New Hampshire. Visit: 

Special shout out to Jay Shulz, Retired Army Officer & Owner of Spartan Photography for Baking for Soldiers with The Lion & The Rose B&B. Visit 

Learn more about the two main military support programs the inns collaborate with:

* B&Bs for Vets: 

* Soldiers Angels: 

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