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Photos submitted National VFW Commander-in-Chief Brian Duffy along with State VFW Commander James Curry, of Harlan County, recently visited VFW posts in the region including Pikeville. They toured the Eastern Kentucky Transitional Center that serves veterans in district 14 which Harlan and Bell are part of, and visited Pikeville’s new Veterans Memorial Park where a picnic was held. VFW Post and Auxiliary 5171 delivered supplies to the center and Duffy supplied blankets and linens. Here, Pikeville Commissioner Frank Justice presented Duffy and Curry with the Key to the City of Pikeville.


Pictured are, from left: Ann Dobos Sexton, junior vice president of Auxiliary 5171; Carla Hatfield Barrett, secretary/treasurer; Brian Duffy, VFW national commander-in-chief; Kathy Hoiska, president; and Debbie Banks Dixon, veterans and family support committee chairperson.


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National VFW Commander-in-Chief Brian Duffy along with State VFW Commander James Curry, of Harlan County, recently visited VFW posts in the region including Pikeville. They toured the Eastern Kentucky Transitional Center that serves veterans in district 14 which Harlan and Bell are part of, and visited Pikeville’s new Veterans Memorial Park where a picnic was held. VFW Post and Auxiliary 5171 delivered supplies to the center and Duffy supplied blankets and linens. Here, Pikeville Commissioner Frank Justice presented Duffy and Curry with the Key to the City of Pikeville.

Pictured are, from left: Ann Dobos Sexton, junior vice president of Auxiliary 5171; Carla Hatfield Barrett, secretary/treasurer; Brian Duffy, VFW national commander-in-chief; Kathy Hoiska, president; and Debbie Banks Dixon, veterans and family support committee chairperson.

Photos submitted National VFW Commander-in-Chief Brian Duffy along with State VFW Commander James Curry, of Harlan County, recently visited VFW posts in the region including Pikeville. They toured the Eastern Kentucky Transitional Center that serves veterans in district 14 which Harlan and Bell are part of, and visited Pikeville’s new Veterans Memorial Park where a picnic was held. VFW Post and Auxiliary 5171 delivered supplies to the center and Duffy supplied blankets and linens. Here, Pikeville Commissioner Frank Justice presented Duffy and Curry with the Key to the City of Pikeville.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_VFW-Group.jpgPhotos submitted National VFW Commander-in-Chief Brian Duffy along with State VFW Commander James Curry, of Harlan County, recently visited VFW posts in the region including Pikeville. They toured the Eastern Kentucky Transitional Center that serves veterans in district 14 which Harlan and Bell are part of, and visited Pikeville’s new Veterans Memorial Park where a picnic was held. VFW Post and Auxiliary 5171 delivered supplies to the center and Duffy supplied blankets and linens. Here, Pikeville Commissioner Frank Justice presented Duffy and Curry with the Key to the City of Pikeville.

Pictured are, from left: Ann Dobos Sexton, junior vice president of Auxiliary 5171; Carla Hatfield Barrett, secretary/treasurer; Brian Duffy, VFW national commander-in-chief; Kathy Hoiska, president; and Debbie Banks Dixon, veterans and family support committee chairperson.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_Auxiliary-Group.jpgPictured are, from left: Ann Dobos Sexton, junior vice president of Auxiliary 5171; Carla Hatfield Barrett, secretary/treasurer; Brian Duffy, VFW national commander-in-chief; Kathy Hoiska, president; and Debbie Banks Dixon, veterans and family support committee chairperson.
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