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Show Your Support
KDVA's Honor Flight Guardians
Commissioner Arflack (second from left) and Homeless Veterans Coordinator Trina Patty, (second from right) served as Guardians on the HonorFlightKentucky trip to D.C. on April 22. Commissioner Arflack accompanied Korea Veteran Richard Mick of Nicholasville, (left), and Trina accompanied Korean and Vietnam Veteran Bob Stewart, (right). Read more here.
Air Force Cross Presented to KY Guardsman
Master Sgt. (Ret.) Keary Miller, a pararescueman, received the service's highest valor award. Commissioner Norman Arflack, right, was present at the ceremony in Florida April 20. Read more about the presentation here.
Students across the Commonwealth are making poppies to honor the World War I Centennial and to be displayed at the KY World War I Exhibit at the 2017 Kentucky State Fair in August. Here, Ronnie and Diane French, right, make a Poppy Pick up at Lewis County Central Elementary School from teacher Laura Stone. The class made 110 poppies. Teachers interested in participating in the Poppy Project may call Deputy Commissioner Heather French Henry at 502-564-9203.
Serenading the Veterans at THVC
Chapel Tinius, Miss Kentucky Outstanding Teen and president of the KDVA Youth Council, played her violin for veteran residents at THVC April 15.
Permanent Vietnam Wall for Hardin County
Commissioner Arflack joined local Elizabethtown officials and Vietnam Veterans at the singing of the contract to build a permanent Vietnam Veterans Wall in Hardin County. Pictured are Jack Johnson of Elizabethtown Community and Technical College’s computer-aided drafting department who helped design the wall at
no cost, Veterans Tribute Group President C.T. Christie, and Commissioner Arflack. Read the article.