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National Guard member returns to Legacy, finds community in Gillette

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Last year, Senior Airman Lynn Stewart was sent to Gillette on assignment. This year, she returned on-duty again, with her eye on making it home.

After helping fill staffing shortages during the COVID-19 surge that flooded Campbell County Health last fall and winter, Stewart is now serving her second Wyoming National Guard stint in Gillette.

Lynn Stewart

Senior Airman Lynn Stewart is serving her second Wyoming National Guard stint in Gillette at The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center.

Lynn Stewart

Senior Airman Lynn Stewart sits outside The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center on Oct. 1. Stewart is currently serving her second Wyoming National Guard stint in Gillette.

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Thanks Jake for writing this story. Welcome Lynn!! Thanks for what you do for the residents at the legacy and understanding the depths of their isolation and need for human contact. Gillette would be blessed if you made the permanent move with your family. Good luck to you.

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