Clover Hill Senior Living Flag Raising

Amvets Post 22  donated and installed a concrete base, flag pole and American flag to Clover Hill Senior Living on a beautiful Saturday morning filled with blue skies, sunshine and WWII, Korean and Vietnam Veterans residents from Clover Hill.    The ceremony took place on April 14, 2018 with many community leaders present, including Blount County Mayor Ed Mitchell, Blount County Sheriff James Berrong, State Rep. Bob Ramsey, Maryville Police Chief Tony Crisp, Amvets Post 22 Commander Mark Frederick, State Commander of Tennessee AMVETS Daniel Koob and Vet to Vet Tennessee President Ed Junod.

The AFJROTC unit from William Blount HIgh School unfolded and raised the flag.  The flag had flown over the White House.

Vet to Vet Tennessee provided WWII, Korean & Vietnam Certificates of Honor and Mayor Mitchell and Commander Koob presented the certificates to each  of the 5 WWII veterans, 4 Korean War veterans and 2 Vietnam veterans,

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