Wednesday, June 27, 2012

This Weeks Veterans Homecoming Is For All Veterans
This years Veterans Homecoming is for all Veterans and will feature more military vehicles, music, food and conversation. Year three for the event hopes to continue the well established way of providing regional recognition of veterans. All proceeds from these homecoming events go to charities like the Wounded Warrior Project, the Salvation Army and various veteran memorials. The three-day homecoming was scheduled to coincide with the Veterans Homecoming and the official parade is set to begin at 11am Saturday. Starting from the Freedom Hall Civic Center the route takes them down Liberty Bell Boulevard to North Roan Street and on to Tennessee Highway 75 to Old Gray Station Road before ending up back at the fairgrounds. The free event will be held at the Appalachian Fairgrounds and visitors are expected as early as 1pm Friday. Displays should be complete and Friday night’s baseball game features the Johnson City Cardinals and the Burlington Royals and admission is free to for veterans. Participants should begin forming Saturday morning at nine and keep with the agreed patriotic theme. Saturday’s Festivities at the fairgrounds begin at 1 pm with concerts in the evening. Sunday morning the Reverend Tony Peters will hold a worship service starting at 11am. (bg)

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