STORIES OF SERVICE: Daughters of the American Revolution Ceremony Recognizes Vietnam Era Veterans

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SPACE COAST DAILY TV SPECIAL PRESENTATION

WATCH: The Daughters of the American Revolution Ceremony (DAR) recognizing Vietnam era Veterans and surviving spouses from the Brevard Veterans Memorial Center in Merritt Island is covered by the Friday Night Locker Room’s Orville Susong and Steve Wilson.

WATCH: The “Honoring Women Who Are Vietnam Veterans” Ceremony at the Museum from the Brevard Veterans Memorial Center in Merritt Island is covered by the Friday Night Locker Room’s Orville Susong and Steve Wilson.

BREVARD COUNTY • MERRITT ISLAND, FLORIDA – The Friday Night Locker Room’s Steve Wilson and Orville Susong were live with another episode of “Stories of Service,” which honors Brevard County Veterans on Space Coast Daily TV.

During this edition, Donn Weaver, Chairman of Brevard Veterans Council and The Daughters of the American Revolution recognized Vietnam era Veterans and surviving spouses.

“Since 1978 the Brevard Veterans Memorial Center and Council have taken on many missions to support over 70,000 Brevard Veterans and their families as well as to help all citizens and visitors learn firsthand about what U.S. veterans have contributed to making our country great,” said Weaver.

“With an amazing array of military artifacts ranging from the Revolutionary War to our current conflicts in the Middle East, we strive to educate the public on our military’s efforts both past and present in our free museum, library, plaza and park.”

In future editions of “Stories of Service,” Steve and Orville will continue to show upcoming events for the Memorial Center, talking about what they have to offer and promoting other veterans’ events to be held around the county.

“Since 1978 the Brevard Veterans Memorial Center and Council have taken on many missions to support over 70,000 Brevard Veterans and their families as well as to help all citizens and visitors learn firsthand about what U.S. veterans have contributed to making our country great.”(Veterans Memorial Center image)
Since 1978 the Brevard Veterans Memorial Center and Council have taken on many missions to support over 70,000 Brevard Veterans and their families as well as to help all citizens and visitors learn firsthand about what U.S. veterans have contributed to making our country great. (Veterans Memorial Center image)
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