Fifteen Recipients have already confirmed they will attend several relaxed, casual and public activities which afford community residents the chance to meet and greet them, April 6-9. Events include a banquet, school programs, a tree planting for each first time Recipient visitor, a Texas barbecue, banquet and a parade… the largest in the county’s history.
Both the Recipients and community leaders agree that focus throughout remain “child-friendly” in order that even the youngest student can benefit from the Recipients’ message of self-reliance, patriotism and education. To date the Recipients have spoken with more than 12,000 area students.
For more information and on this year’s MOH Weekend activities and schedule click here.
In so doing we pay homage to the principles which the Medal of Honor represents… Duty, Honor, Country.” – Mission Statement