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    The Rochester chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution with the assistance of the Post Bulletin and the Soldiers Field Veterans Memorial Committee are working on a Veterans Day special edition magazine to be inserted into the P-B the week before Veterans Day Nov

    The theme for this years Veterans Day Magazine will focus on the Global War on Terror

    Those who have served in the US Armed Forces from any conflict are asked to send their stories and photos to Shelley Pohlman at shelleypohlmangmailcom or mail to Frances Ave Red Wing MN Stories should be submitted by Aug A half-page story is to words A full page is – words Please include a photo or two if possible A writer will review your story for grammar and punctuation as well as editing it to fit the space allowed There is no charge for articles submitted for this special veterans day quotes thank you >Veterans Day Edition

    Individual photos of those who have served are an important part of the magazine Please mail photos to Advertising/Honor A Veteran Post Bulletin Co st Ave SE Rochester MN Include a check for if the picture has not been previously run in this section or if the picture has appeared in the past If desired put a note requesting that the photo appear with other Vietnam Veterans Korean War Veterans etc If you wish the picture to be returned please enclose a stamped self-addressed envelope

    Businesses and organizations interested in putting their messages in the magazine should contact Barb Flicker at – for information

    The Rochester Chapter DAR is a service organization that has given back to the community the past years Annual activities have included giving scholarships to students for history Good Citizen essay contests sponsoring of couples to attend Operation Welcome Home and participation in naturalization ceremonies
    Four years ago as student Rob Bingham gazed out the top-floor windows of the CU Denver Business School wondering how the booming metropolis below would help shape his future he knew two things for certain He wanted to give back to the Denver community he chose and support the veterans he honored

    Today after venturing from his small Midwestern hometown first to the battlefields in the Army then to the urban campus he passed up other universities to join Bingham is running Denver’s annual Veterans Day parade through the Colorado Veterans Project (CVP) he founded making his Mile High mark in a big and patriotic way

    CU Denver graduate Rob Bingham became an Army helicopter pilot and aviation officer after college
    “Our first year after taking it over we were able to turn the parade from fewer than attendees to about people” said the former ROTC cadet who graduated with his business degree in as a commissioned officer “We are now above attendees and this year with our first official media sponsor FOX our goal is ” said Bingham whose CVP runs the parade in partnership with the mayor’s office

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