Commissioners issue Bells of Peace proclamation


The Highland County Board of Commissioners issued a proclamation Wednesday in observance of the “Bells of Peace” remembrance for the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. The proclamation also honors the 32 Highland County soldiers that died in the conflict, and asks that everyone toll bells on Nov. 11 at 11 a.m. in remembrance of those who served and sacrificed. Shown, from left, in the commissioners’ chambers are commissioner Gary Abernathy; Stephanie Roland, Highland County Veterans Service Office ourteach coordinator; Vicki Knauff of the Highland County Historical Society; commissioner Jeff Duncan; HCVSO Director Tim Hazelwood; Becky Williams and Barb Suttle of the HCVSO; incoming HCVSO Service Officer Cailin Hoskins; Gerald Wilkin of the Highland County Veterans Honor Guard; and commissioner Terry Britton.

The Highland County Board of Commissioners issued a proclamation Wednesday in observance of the “Bells of Peace” remembrance for the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. The proclamation also honors the 32 Highland County soldiers that died in the conflict, and asks that everyone toll bells on Nov. 11 at 11 a.m. in remembrance of those who served and sacrificed. Shown, from left, in the commissioners’ chambers are commissioner Gary Abernathy; Stephanie Roland, Highland County Veterans Service Office ourteach coordinator; Vicki Knauff of the Highland County Historical Society; commissioner Jeff Duncan; HCVSO Director Tim Hazelwood; Becky Williams and Barb Suttle of the HCVSO; incoming HCVSO Service Officer Cailin Hoskins; Gerald Wilkin of the Highland County Veterans Honor Guard; and commissioner Terry Britton.


Tim Colliver | The Times-Gazette

The Highland County Board of Commissioners issued a proclamation Wednesday in observance of the “Bells of Peace” remembrance for the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. The proclamation also honors the 32 Highland County soldiers that died in the conflict, and asks that everyone toll bells on Nov. 11 at 11 a.m. in remembrance of those who served and sacrificed. Shown, from left, in the commissioners’ chambers are commissioner Gary Abernathy; Stephanie Roland, Highland County Veterans Service Office ourteach coordinator; Vicki Knauff of the Highland County Historical Society; commissioner Jeff Duncan; HCVSO Director Tim Hazelwood; Becky Williams and Barb Suttle of the HCVSO; incoming HCVSO Service Officer Cailin Hoskins; Gerald Wilkin of the Highland County Veterans Honor Guard; and commissioner Terry Britton.

The Highland County Board of Commissioners issued a proclamation Wednesday in observance of the “Bells of Peace” remembrance for the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. The proclamation also honors the 32 Highland County soldiers that died in the conflict, and asks that everyone toll bells on Nov. 11 at 11 a.m. in remembrance of those who served and sacrificed. Shown, from left, in the commissioners’ chambers are commissioner Gary Abernathy; Stephanie Roland, Highland County Veterans Service Office ourteach coordinator; Vicki Knauff of the Highland County Historical Society; commissioner Jeff Duncan; HCVSO Director Tim Hazelwood; Becky Williams and Barb Suttle of the HCVSO; incoming HCVSO Service Officer Cailin Hoskins; Gerald Wilkin of the Highland County Veterans Honor Guard; and commissioner Terry Britton.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2018/10/web1_Commish-Vets-Proclamation.jpgThe Highland County Board of Commissioners issued a proclamation Wednesday in observance of the “Bells of Peace” remembrance for the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. The proclamation also honors the 32 Highland County soldiers that died in the conflict, and asks that everyone toll bells on Nov. 11 at 11 a.m. in remembrance of those who served and sacrificed. Shown, from left, in the commissioners’ chambers are commissioner Gary Abernathy; Stephanie Roland, Highland County Veterans Service Office ourteach coordinator; Vicki Knauff of the Highland County Historical Society; commissioner Jeff Duncan; HCVSO Director Tim Hazelwood; Becky Williams and Barb Suttle of the HCVSO; incoming HCVSO Service Officer Cailin Hoskins; Gerald Wilkin of the Highland County Veterans Honor Guard; and commissioner Terry Britton. Tim Colliver | The Times-Gazette