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Jefferson Hills
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Munhall Borough
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THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED
As announced Monday March 9, 2015
Meeting with the County




THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED
As announced Monday March 9, 2015
Meeting with the County

         Allegheny County, in conjunction with neighboring VFW's, American Legions, AMVETS and other community and recognized military organizations, will be honoring fallen vets from Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom at a ceremony at the Allegheny County Fairgrounds on Monday, May 25, 2015, at 2:00 p.m.
          Banners will be dedicated, then displayed at the Flag Retirement Memorial as a constant reminder of those that recently gave their lives in our defense. Yard banners will be presented to the families of the 25 fallen heroes from Allegheny County Killed in Action during Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. During the ceremony these banners will be displayed at the Fairground, while banners of our fallen heroes from WWII, Korea, and Vietnam will be displayed along Corrigan Drive and Brownsville Road in South Park.
          We are looking to have our recognized Military Organizations provide information and to have speakers in their booths to educate visitors on their experiences serving in WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Desert Storm. The booths are free and VFW's, American Legions and AMVETS are encouraged to provide membership forms along with other material to sell that would help in their annual fundraising goals.
          Booths will be available during and after the ceremony and we'd like to invite the communities with fallen heroes from their community to have a booth to offer our united support to those families that have had a loved one pay the ultimate price during the Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom campaigns.
Pennsylvania Honors her Heroes and
Supports her Veterans.


How can you get involved?
It is simple.
Click Here for your Military Banner Application









For additional program information
Contact:
Harry Munson
Click to email Program Development




Services provided
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Veterans Place is a 501(c)(3) dedicated to ending homelessness among Veterans
in the Pittsburgh region.
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Steel City Vets provide Veterans a place
to turn during their transition following
their service in the military.

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