Memorial Day Service at the Courthouse

World War II veteran, Paul Roberts, was recognized at the Memorial Day service held at the Henderson County Courthouse.
Photo By: W. Clay Crook / The Lexington Progress

Article by W. Clay Crook-

“Memorial Day is a time, above all others, to remember those who have given the ultimate sacrifice for their homes, families, and their country,” said Captain Ken Sullivan, special guest speaker at the Memorial Day service at the Henderson County Courthouse. Sullivan is the program director of the JrROTC at Lexington High School, and is a retired officer from the United States Air Force. Captain Sullivan spoke with passion, with emotion, often breaking into tears as he highlighted, many times in a personal way, the meaning of Memorial Day. The event is sponsored annually by American Legion Post #77, Lexington, with Ricky Holmes serving this year as Master of Ceremonies, Chaplain Danny Frizzell offering the Invocation, and the National Anthem sung by a very talented young lady, Madison Bell. She is the daughter of…

For the complete story, see the May 29th edition of The Lexington Progress.

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