Vets Honor Service Members And Bring Awareness To POW/MIA Issues

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Updated: 5/22/2013 10:06 am
Rolling Thunder, an national organization dedicated to bringing attention to prisoners of war and those missing in action, will be stopping in Frankfort today.

They'll be hitting Frankfort today on their Run For The Wall event, a motorcycle tour beginning in Rancho Cucamonga, CA and ending in Washington, DC at the Vietnam Memorial.

The bikers will pick up members along the way as they visit VA medical centers, memorials, veterans outreach facilities, VFW posts, American Legion Posts and Community Centers.

They'll be honoring veterans with a ceremony in Frankfort Wednesday May 22nd at the Veterans Memorial on Coffee Tree Road at 11:30a.m.

The post office will be issuing a special stamp collection commemorate the event.

You can find more information about Rolling Thunder here.
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