2006-11-09 / Front Page

American Legion Post 194 to host a Veterans Day service Sat.

Alyssa Rentz, 8, and her brother, C.J., 5, are shown at the City Cemetery placing flags on the graves of veterans in observance of Veterans Day November 11. Alyssa is a member of the American Legion Post 194 Junior Auxiliary, and C.J. is affiliated with the Sons of the American Legion Squadron 194. Alyssa and C.J. are the children of Jennifer and Paul Rentz of Lincolnton. Alyssa Rentz, 8, and her brother, C.J., 5, are shown at the City Cemetery placing flags on the graves of veterans in observance of Veterans Day November 11. Alyssa is a member of the American Legion Post 194 Junior Auxiliary, and C.J. is affiliated with the Sons of the American Legion Squadron 194. Alyssa and C.J. are the children of Jennifer and Paul Rentz of Lincolnton. American Legion Post 194 is set to host a Veterans Day service at the Lincoln County Courthouse to pay tribute to all United States servicemen past and present.

The ceremony will be held in front of the courthouse beginning at 11 a.m. Saturday, November 11.

The guest speaker for the occasion is Bob Pollard, commander of American

Legion Post 194 and former American Legion Department of Georgia commander.

The LCHS Red Devil Pride Band and the Harlem High School ROTC Unit will also be in attendance.

All veterans and members of the community are encouraged to take part in this special service.

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