Minnesota vet, non-profit founder honored at White House

A Hastings man was flown to the White House and honored for his work founding a non-profit. Shane Hudella founded "Defending The Blue Line," a charity that helps children of military families play hockey. Hudella's group has affiliates in six other states, including California and New York.
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A Hastings man was flown to the White House and honored for his work founding a non-profit. Shane Hudella founded "Defending The Blue Line," a charity that helps children of military families play hockey. Hudella's group has affiliates in six other states, including California and New York.

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