Click on the front cover above to read this 52-page double issue, with 95 photographs, dedicated to all who have served in our nation’s military.
This issue includes:
A 10-page article, with 23 photographs, on the Wreaths Across America ceremony held by the American Legion Easley Post 52 at Robinson Memorial Gardens in Easley, where wreaths were placed at more than 400 gravesites, including the gravesites of Captain Kimberly Hampton and Captain William Kennedy Mauldin, both of whom died while serving our country.
A five-page article, with 12 photographs, on the Wreaths Across America ceremony held by the Pickens County Historical Society and the City of Pickens at Sunrise Cemetery in Pickens.
A wreath-laying at the gravesite of Private First Class Barrett Austin at Hillcrest Memorial Park in Pickens for Wreaths Across America.
A seven-page article, including photographs of 23 local World War II veterans honored by the Fort Prince George Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
A seven-page article, with 15 photographs, about World War II veteran Raymond Dawkins of Pickens being awarded the French Legion of Honor.
A three-page article, with photographs, in memory of World War II prisoner of war and Bataan Death March survivor Colonel Ben Skardon of Clemson.
A three-page article, with photographs, in memory of Korean War prisoner of war First Lieutenant Bill Funchess of Clemson.
A five-page article on American Legion Easley Post 52’s Veterans Day ceremony at Robinson Funeral Home on Powdersville Road in Easley (held inside the chapel due to inclement weather).
A five-page article, with 14 photographs, of Pickens County’s Veterans Parade in Liberty.