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Dec. 7 proclaimed ‘Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day’

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Ohio County Judge-Executive David Johnston signed a proclamation naming Dec. 7, 2018, “Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day” in Ohio County. Johnston was joined by John Tomes, Honor Guard and AM Vets Commander, left, and J.T. Taylor, VFW 5766 Quartermaster, right.

HARTFORD, Ky. — Monday morning, Ohio County Judge-Executive David Johnston signed a proclamation naming Dec. 7, 2017, “Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day” in Ohio County.

The United States of America was attacked by the Japanese, Dec. 7, 1941, at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. This Thursday marks the 76th anniversary of the attack. The proclamation honors those who served our country.

Johnston was joined in his office by veterans, J.T. Taylor, VFW 5766 Quartermaster, and John Tomes, Honor Guard and AM Vets Commander, as he signed the proclamation.

To view a PDF copy of the proclamation, click here.

 

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