At the Huron County Fair
“It’s kinda overwhelming that we are honored like this.”
Several Monroeville-area vets received Quilts of Honor.
Program will be at 9:30 a.m. Nov. 7 in the Robert L. Haas gymnasium.
Servicemen appreciate activities, recognition, free meal at the fair
Veterans answered questions about their time in the service during a five-person panel.
Entire student body pays tribute to veterans with a program Friday morning.
Entire student body attended first-ever Veterans Day program Wednesday morning at the Robert L. Haas Gymnasium.
For 27 years, Dick Carlisle was the Huron County veterans service officer.
Wednesday was a day recognizing veterans; Tuesday considered the “best free day that we’ve had.”
Main Street School students share doughnuts, stories with local vets
Student shown support after car accident wanted “to give back to the school community.”
George Mitro said he was honored and privileged to be among the 19 World War II and six Korean War vets to make the trip to Washington D.C. thanks to the “Honoring Our Veterans” project.
A tribute to four Ohio residents who did not come home.
“I still see things that I saw as a young man … when I lay my head down to go to sleep. I still see those things and I don’t want yout to have to go through them. You shouldn’t have to.”