POW-MIA Recognition Day Weekend


The Highland County Board of Commissioners proclaimed Sept. 16-18 POW-MIA Recognition Day Weekend. Commission president Jeff Duncan said, “We owe those folks and their families a great deal of gratitude, so we appreciate what they’ve done for us and we need to continue to recognize that and celebrate that.” Steph Roland, financial officer/outreach coordinator at Highland County Veterans Service Office, said there is a planned celebration for the day at the Lakeview Loft on Sunday at 12 p.m. She said the ceremony will include a remembrance of the family members that “sacrificed so much or sacrificed all for our country.” She also said the event is open for all and includes a small car show. Pictured are (l-r, top to bottom) Roland, Dave Daniels, Duncan, Terry Britton, Paul Siders, Vicki Couch, Mike Couch, Lee Harris, LeeAanna McKamey, Rosalind Engle, Montey Scott, Jim Lyle, Cheryl Lyle and Daryl Kelch.

The Highland County Board of Commissioners proclaimed Sept. 16-18 POW-MIA Recognition Day Weekend. Commission president Jeff Duncan said, “We owe those folks and their families a great deal of gratitude, so we appreciate what they’ve done for us and we need to continue to recognize that and celebrate that.” Steph Roland, financial officer/outreach coordinator at Highland County Veterans Service Office, said there is a planned celebration for the day at the Lakeview Loft on Sunday at 12 p.m. She said the ceremony will include a remembrance of the family members that “sacrificed so much or sacrificed all for our country.” She also said the event is open for all and includes a small car show. Pictured are (l-r, top to bottom) Roland, Dave Daniels, Duncan, Terry Britton, Paul Siders, Vicki Couch, Mike Couch, Lee Harris, LeeAanna McKamey, Rosalind Engle, Montey Scott, Jim Lyle, Cheryl Lyle and Daryl Kelch.


The Highland County Board of Commissioners proclaimed Sept. 16-18 POW-MIA Recognition Day Weekend. Commission president Jeff Duncan said, “We owe those folks and their families a great deal of gratitude, so we appreciate what they’ve done for us and we need to continue to recognize that and celebrate that.” Steph Roland, financial officer/outreach coordinator at Highland County Veterans Service Office, said there is a planned celebration for the day at the Lakeview Loft on Sunday at 12 p.m. She said the ceremony will include a remembrance of the family members that “sacrificed so much or sacrificed all for our country.” She also said the event is open for all and includes a small car show. Pictured are (l-r, top to bottom) Roland, Dave Daniels, Duncan, Terry Britton, Paul Siders, Vicki Couch, Mike Couch, Lee Harris, LeeAanna McKamey, Rosalind Engle, Montey Scott, Jim Lyle, Cheryl Lyle and Daryl Kelch.

The Highland County Board of Commissioners proclaimed Sept. 16-18 POW-MIA Recognition Day Weekend. Commission president Jeff Duncan said, “We owe those folks and their families a great deal of gratitude, so we appreciate what they’ve done for us and we need to continue to recognize that and celebrate that.” Steph Roland, financial officer/outreach coordinator at Highland County Veterans Service Office, said there is a planned celebration for the day at the Lakeview Loft on Sunday at 12 p.m. She said the ceremony will include a remembrance of the family members that “sacrificed so much or sacrificed all for our country.” She also said the event is open for all and includes a small car show. Pictured are (l-r, top to bottom) Roland, Dave Daniels, Duncan, Terry Britton, Paul Siders, Vicki Couch, Mike Couch, Lee Harris, LeeAanna McKamey, Rosalind Engle, Montey Scott, Jim Lyle, Cheryl Lyle and Daryl Kelch.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2022/09/web1_DSC_0980.jpgThe Highland County Board of Commissioners proclaimed Sept. 16-18 POW-MIA Recognition Day Weekend. Commission president Jeff Duncan said, “We owe those folks and their families a great deal of gratitude, so we appreciate what they’ve done for us and we need to continue to recognize that and celebrate that.” Steph Roland, financial officer/outreach coordinator at Highland County Veterans Service Office, said there is a planned celebration for the day at the Lakeview Loft on Sunday at 12 p.m. She said the ceremony will include a remembrance of the family members that “sacrificed so much or sacrificed all for our country.” She also said the event is open for all and includes a small car show. Pictured are (l-r, top to bottom) Roland, Dave Daniels, Duncan, Terry Britton, Paul Siders, Vicki Couch, Mike Couch, Lee Harris, LeeAanna McKamey, Rosalind Engle, Montey Scott, Jim Lyle, Cheryl Lyle and Daryl Kelch.