Several dozen veterans, their spouses and guests attended the event, which was coordinated and founded by church member and retired Senior Chief Petty Officer Adrian Marsh, U.S. Navy Operations Specialist, and his wife, Lisa Marsh.
“I love veterans. I think all churches should do this,” Marsh said. “I believe it is Biblical and honorable to honor them, and kids need to be reminded as much as the adults do, who our veterans are and what being a veteran means.”
The South-Doyle Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Color Guard “Presented the Colors” and demonstrated the 13 folds of the American flag for the audience.