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Kentucky Remembers

This picture was taken at our 5 War Memorial on Veterans Day November 11,

2003 located in Elkhorn City, Kentucky. There were many veterans of all

branches, Marines, Navy, Army and Air Force at the ceremony. Veterans from

WWII, Korea & Vietnam: (left to right- keeling), Victor Fields, Don Bartley, L.G.

Stone, Kyle Fletcher, Radford Lyons, Mark Wright and Curtis Lester

Left to right (standing) Steve Farren, Frank Cook,, Billy Ratliff, Henry

Anderson, Victor Sanders, Lonnie Johnson, Rudy Belcher, Claudie Little, Gar

Clevinger, Hank Salyers (Mayor of Elkhorn City, Ky.), Eldon Mullins, Garret

Blake Belcher, Clinard Stewart, Mack Willis Potter, Eli Thacker, Rodney Potter,

Godfrey Salyers and Glennis Mullins.

(Thank you Claudie Little for letter and photo.)

Michigan Remembers

The memorial was dedicated July 27, 2003 the 50th anniversary

of the cease fire in Korea, and the presentation was given by

the board of directors. Kansas U.S. Senator Sam Brownback was

the keynote speaker. Further assistance in the dedication was

given by local service posts of VFW, American Legion, D.AV.

and American G.I Forum. Junior R.O.T.C. from various area high

schools also contributed to the dedication. Approximately 425

people attended.

(Thank you Kent Arnold for photos and letter.)

California Remembers

Placard placed on Veterans Memorial

Wall in Fallbrook, CA.

(Thank you Frank B. Larkin, Jr. for

photo and letter.)

Above, dedication of Korean War Veterans Monument, Veterans Plaza,

Hoyt Park, Saginaw, Michigan. Left to right, Mr. Park, Rev. Dr. Daniel Ahn,

Robert J. Simon, Commander KWVA #251 & Master of Ceremonies and

Dr. Sand S. Rhee.

At left, Korean Monument

located at Veterans Plaza, Hoyt

Park, Saginaw, Michigan.

Dedicated July 27, 2003. The

plaza has WW1, WW2, Korean

and Vietnam Monuments,

26,000 paver bricks.

(Thank you Robert J. Simon for

letter and photos.)

May/June, 2004 Page 77

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