Starting on Veterans Day, The Courier will share a series of stories over the next seven weeks. Hear first-hand accounts from veterans in weekly podcasts, and read stories in the newspaper every other week until Christmas. It will all be collected and available here: thecourier.com/wwii-veterans-look-back/
Sunday, November 10th
2pm: The Veterans Day Parade starts at Lincoln St., and will continue north down Main Street, ending at the war memorial (Center St.). Line the street to help show your appreciation for local veterans.
1-5pm: The Hancock Historical Museum hosts a Veterans Day Program. A book launch for “Ice and Fire: The Personal Recollections of Hancock County Residents During the Korean War” will be part of the event. The book was the idea of Ron Ammons, a local historian, along with contributions by museum curator, Joy Bennett.
Monday, November 11th
8am-2pm: Blanchard Valley Center invites veterans to stop in for coffee throughout the day.
12pm: Prayer at the Old Main Flag Pole led by UF’s campus ministries.
4pm: The University of Findlay will present an honorary doctorate to Harold Brown, WW2 veteran, Tuskegee Airman, and POW. Names on the veterans wall will be read, and a USAF Pharmacy Officer in Charge, Kyle Dresbach, will speak.
6:45pm: The documentary, “A New Leash On Life: The K9s For Warriors Story,” will be screened in Winebrenner’s auditorium. The veterans and K9s featured in the film will be present at the event.
Bellacinos: Veterans & active duty receive 1 free Half Grinder, no purchase necessary. *Military ID required. Honored on Monday 11/11/19.
Logan’s irish Pub: 25% off