Public invited to attend Falls City Vets Day program

(KLZA--The annual Veteran's Day Celebration will take place in Falls City on Friday.

The day begins with an assembly at Falls City High School at 11 a.m. that is open to the public.

The program speaker will be Chief Warrant Officer 3, Retired, Joshua Hersh.

Hersh is a Falls City High School graduate, joining the army in 1990. His military career saw him serve in several positions including as a Blackhawk helicopter pilot.

Hersh served in Germany, Brindisi, Italy , Iraq and Afghanistan during his career, before retiring after 22 years of service in 2013.

During the program music will be provided by the combined bands and choirs from Falls City High School and Falls City Sacred Heart.

If you cannot attend in person, you can listen to a broadcast of the program on KTNC Radio, 1230 A.M. and 107.1 F.M.

Following the program, the Veterans Day parde on Stone Street will begin at 1:30.

The annual Veteran's Day Dinner, for Veterans and their families and friends will be served at 6:00 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church at 17th and Harlan Streets.

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