Union Co. Patriot Day Service to be September 11 at Magnolia Civic Center

NEMiss.News CW4 Mark Stevens, US Army, Ret.



Following the events of September 11, 2001 President George Bush declared a day of remembrance and subsequently Congress expanded the day to include a remembrance of all the sacrifices our citizens have made over the years to keep our country free. Many of those sacrifices have come from Union County, Mississippi.

The American Legion Potter-Henry-Lowrey Post and Unit 72 are hosting this service. Please join us in the Cine Theater as Post 72 Commander Teddy James will lead in a time of remembrance. The program will be about 50 minutes in length. Recognition will be given to all city, county, and state law enforcement, EMT personnel, fire department personnel as well as elected officials.

CW4 Mark Stevens, US Army, Retired will be the keynote speaker. Mr. Stevens retired on February 28th, 2023 after 40 years of service to the United States Army and the Mississippi Army National Guard.

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