Daily Independent (Ashland, KY)

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November 10, 2012

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CANNONSBURG —

Veterans event at War Memorial

WURTLAND Greenup County War Memorial committee will have a Veterans Day celebration at 2 p.m. at the War Memorial Park on Sunday.

Retired Sgt. Maj. Bobby Reynolds, a member of the Governor’s Advisory Board for Veterans’ Affairs, will be the speaker. Olivia Black, Tony Wilson and Caleb Hammond will provide special music.

Greenup County JROTC and James L. Flannery Post of the American Legion will assist with service.

Members of the Military Order of the Purple Heart and active military personnel will be recognized.

Refreshments will be served by the Greenup Amvets Post 95 after the ceremony.

Members of Cub Scout Pack 165 from Advance United Methodist Church will be at the park today to place an American flag to represent each name on the Memorial Stones.

Veterans eat free at Moe’s Sunday

ASHLAND Veterans and active military personnel can get a free meal at Moe’s Southwest Grill from noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday, compliments of Moe’s and Pathways Regional Prevention Center.

Russell sets date for yule parade

RUSSELL Russell’s downtown Christmas parade is scheduled for Dec. 6 at 7 p.m. with lineup starting at 6:30 p.m.

Attorney Michael Wilson of Greenup County will be the grand marshal of the parade. Face-painting will be done at the Russell Fire Station, where a chili dinner is scheduled immediately after the parade. Musical entertainment will be provided.

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