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Veterans Week Activities 2014

Veterans Day Week Activities 2014 

Mon, Nov 10—Marine's 239th birthday 

Taylorsville Redwood Campus Student Center Hallway
 Cake 
 Information on the history and contributions of the Marines 
 10 am – noon: Recruiters will join us

Tue, Nov 11—Veterans Day
Redwood, Jordan, South and Meadowbrook campuses 
 8:30 am flag ceremonies at four campuses
Conducted by members of VFW, Jr ROTC, Navy Recruiters and veteran students
 The SLCC Jazz band performing the National Anthem at Redwood campus then performing in the Copper Room until noon   
 Directly after the ceremonies, we will move into the lobbies, serve donuts, give out lapel ribbons and a poem  

Wed, Nov 12—Video Screenings
Taylorsville Redwood Campus Student Events Center 
 10 am to 1 pm
MAKERS-Women at War
Clips created by VA Women's Health highlighting women veterans from WWII to today Miracle at Kap Yong—A video featuring the Utah National Guard #213 during the Korean conflict   Healing the Warriors Heart—a Native American feature   A video clip made at SLCC   Popcorn and cookies

Thu, Nov 13—Military recruiters
Taylorsville Redwood Campus Student Center 
 10 am to 2 pm   
 The Army National Guard is setting up a rock climbing wall in front of the Student Center 
 Other branches of the service may also be represented 

If you need ADA accommodations to attend, please contact Disability Resource Center at 801-957-4659. 

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