"People need to call to reserve a spot," Garrett said.
For the third year, the Blue Star Hoosier Mothers prepared a free breakfast and lunch for people who attended the expo.
Biscuits and gravy were on the menu for breakfast followed by brats, green peppers, onions, red potatoes and green beans for lunch.
"After our meeting last night, I went home and used my mother's iron skillet to fry sausage and make gravy," Gayle Sosbe said. "We have a good time helping Claude out. We honor our veterans. We love to do it. Besides, Claude needs to be out here (among the veterans.)"
Sosbe is the outgoing president of the Blue Star Hoosier Mothers. Lynn Ringis is the new president and Lisa Denau is the new vice president.
Sosbe was wearing an apron she received as a gift.
"It's half Marines and half Navy," she said proudly.
Sosbe said the Blue Star Hoosier Mothers group is growing. As many as 25 people attend the meetings, which are usually held the last Thursday of each month, but the meeting date is changed from time to time, such as in November due to Thanksgiving.
Call Sosbe at 362-5713 for more information.
Vets get good food, good advice - The Paper of Montgomery Co. - Crawfordsville, IN