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KDVA Welcomes South Korean Students
Dr. Doo Oak Kim of University of Kentucky’s Martin School of Public Policy and Administration brought his South Korean students to Frankfort March 23 to learn about KDVA and how it serve veterans.
Commemorating ng World War 1 Centennial
Ken Wentworth of the Kentucky Historical Society, Deputy Commissioner Henry and Commissioner Arflack testified before the Senate Veterans, Military Affairs and Public Protection Committee. Afterwards, the committee unanimously approved a Concurrent Resolution commemorating the 2017-2019 Centennial of World War 1.
Deputy Commissioner Heather French Henry and Camp Zachary Taylor Historian Ken Maguire testified Feb. 22 to the House Veterans, Military Affairs and Public Protection Committee. Afterwards, the committee also unanimously approved a Concurrent Resolution commemorating the 2017-2019 Centennial of World War 1.
Presentation to Legislative Leaders
KDVA Commissioner Arflack, right, opens a presentation Friday to Rep. Tim Moore, second from right, and Sen. Albert Robinson, second from left, who are the chairs of the House and Senate Committees on Veterans, Military Affairs and Public Protection.
Reaching Out for Veterans Day
KDVA General Counsel Dennis Shepherd gave a presentation at Morning Pointe East in Lexington with veteran and former Fayette County Judge- Executive Jon Larsen (standing in back.) They presented certificates to the veterans present.
Honor Flight Guardian
KDVA Youth Council President Chapel Tinius served as a Guardian on the Screaming Eagles Honor Flight Sept. 24. She also serves as the Current Miss KY Outstanding Teen 2016
Paint for Women Veterans
Women Veterans, friends, family and supporters raised more than $300 at the Paint for Women Veterans fundraiser in Lexington. The proceeds go to the Kentucky Women Veterans Program Trust Fund. More pictures here.