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Veterans Day Celebrations 2012



2012 SLCC Veterans Services and Student Life & Leadership Presents
Honoring our Military Service Men/Women and Veterans

November 7, 2012   7-10 pm South City Campus Grand Theater  Doors open at 6:30 pm

Benefit Concert by Student Veterans Association

Concert to benefit Veterans Freedom Landing-Fundraiser
Join us for a special night of live, unplugged music to benefit our Veterans who have sacrificed so much to ensure our freedom.
Live Performances by two artists Matt Lewis and Joel Pack
General Admission $15.00
Students or Veterans with ID $10.00

All proceeds to benefit the Freedom Landing Veterans Homeless Shelter


Nov 9, 2012  Marines Birthday   Taylorsville Redwood Campus Stu Center Hallway
9-11     Honoring the Marines Birthday  We will be serving birthday cake and passing out information on the contributions of the Marines over the years.


Nov 12, 2012           Flag Raising At the main flag poles on 3 campuses
8:00 am          Traditional Military Flag Raising and National Anthem  
                        Redwood Campus                Navel Sea Cadet Corps
                        South City Campus   Navy Recruiting Command
                        Jordan Campus                     West Jordan, Army National Guard Recruiting Command

Refreshments to follow inside the main building for each campus
Patriotic ribbons will be passed out to honor our Veterans


November 14, 2012                      Taylorsville Redwood Campus Oak Room 12:00 – 2:00 PM
Healing for our Wounded Warriors
Program  
12:00 to 12:05      Welcome    Introductions
12:05 – 12:20       Terry Schow Exec Director-Utah VA -The importance of Veterans Day
12:25 – 12:50       Dean Zenoni- Ride 2 Recovery, SLCC Veteran and Participant
12:50 – 1:00        Video- Veterans through the Years
1:00 – 2:00         Open time for letters to be written to the troops and hanging ribbons on the   Veteran’s Honor Tree
              
Exibitors: 12-2
Veterans Services- Table for students/staff/faculty to write a letters to a soldier
VITAL Program
VetSuccess on Campus
Veterans Women Center
Ride 2  Recovery- Will be organizing Utah 2013’ Ride 2 Recovery
Utah State VA Office

Refreshments available after the program

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