Honoring America’s veterans


Area Veterans and their spouses were invited to a warm breakfast followed by a recognition ceremony. The American Legion presented the colors, the 13 folds of the flag and assisted in commemorating the 100 anniversary of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Madison Halker, daughter of Bracy and Neoma Halker played the taps and sang the national anthem. The 7-12 choirs performed the armed forces songs. Brian Hodges, 1986 graduate and veteran, delivered the keynote message. Members of the American Legion Post 493, presented the colors.

Area Veterans and their spouses were invited to a warm breakfast followed by a recognition ceremony. The American Legion presented the colors, the 13 folds of the flag and assisted in commemorating the 100 anniversary of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Madison Halker, daughter of Bracy and Neoma Halker played the taps and sang the national anthem. The 7-12 choirs performed the armed forces songs. Brian Hodges, 1986 graduate and veteran, delivered the keynote message. Members of the American Legion Post 493, presented the colors.


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Morgan Kipker, 18, Veterans Day chair and FCCLA president, welcomes all Veterans, students, staff and guests to the annual Veterans Day breakfast and ceremony sponsored by the Jackson Center/UVCC FCCLA chapter.


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Area Veterans and their spouses were invited to a warm breakfast followed by a recognition ceremony. The American Legion presented the colors, the 13 folds of the flag and assisted in commemorating the 100 anniversary of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Madison Halker, daughter of Bracy and Neoma Halker played the taps and sang the national anthem. The 7-12 choirs performed the armed forces songs. Brian Hodges, 1986 graduate and veteran, delivered the keynote message. Members of the American Legion Post 493, presented the colors.

Morgan Kipker, 18, Veterans Day chair and FCCLA president, welcomes all Veterans, students, staff and guests to the annual Veterans Day breakfast and ceremony sponsored by the Jackson Center/UVCC FCCLA chapter.

Area Veterans and their spouses were invited to a warm breakfast followed by a recognition ceremony. The American Legion presented the colors, the 13 folds of the flag and assisted in commemorating the 100 anniversary of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Madison Halker, daughter of Bracy and Neoma Halker played the taps and sang the national anthem. The 7-12 choirs performed the armed forces songs. Brian Hodges, 1986 graduate and veteran, delivered the keynote message. Members of the American Legion Post 493, presented the colors.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/11/web1_JCVeterans-copy.jpgArea Veterans and their spouses were invited to a warm breakfast followed by a recognition ceremony. The American Legion presented the colors, the 13 folds of the flag and assisted in commemorating the 100 anniversary of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Madison Halker, daughter of Bracy and Neoma Halker played the taps and sang the national anthem. The 7-12 choirs performed the armed forces songs. Brian Hodges, 1986 graduate and veteran, delivered the keynote message. Members of the American Legion Post 493, presented the colors. Courtesy photo

Morgan Kipker, 18, Veterans Day chair and FCCLA president, welcomes all Veterans, students, staff and guests to the annual Veterans Day breakfast and ceremony sponsored by the Jackson Center/UVCC FCCLA chapter.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/11/web1_MorganKipker-copy.jpgMorgan Kipker, 18, Veterans Day chair and FCCLA president, welcomes all Veterans, students, staff and guests to the annual Veterans Day breakfast and ceremony sponsored by the Jackson Center/UVCC FCCLA chapter. Courtesy photo