WWII Vets Recognized In Greenville Veterans Day Ceremony

The 17th Annual Veterans Day Ceremony in Greenville, due to weather, moved indoors Tuesday at the United Methodist Church.

Judge John Knight introduced the program. Richard VaNatta, Senior vice Commander of the Illinois AMVETS delivered the keynote address. The Nomads harmonized and delighted a packed crowd as did the Greenville High School Chorus who sang the National Anthem.

Judge Knight paid special tribute to the World War II veterans in attendance and the VFW delivered the 21 gun salute, all in honor of Bond County Veterans and active duty personnel on Veterans Day.

A moment behind the scenes of Tuesday's Veteran's Day Ceremony
A moment behind the scenes of Tuesday’s Veterans Day Ceremony
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