Erlanger Honors Veterans With 3 Programs

Thursday, November 7, 2019

Erlanger Health System is hosting three programs to honor area veterans next week at Baroness, East and North Hospitals.
 
On Monday at 2 p.m. Erlanger will honor local veterans at the Erlanger Medical Mall location. Tuesday the program will take place at Erlanger East Hospital and Thursday at Erlanger North Hospital. Both programs begin at 11 a.m. 
 
Guest speaker at all three events is Erlanger Board Member and County Historian Linda Moss Mines. Miss Tennessee 2009 Stefanie Wittler-Beavers, also the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals' development director at Erlanger, is singing the national anthem at the downtown event.

Color Guards from UTC, East Hamilton High School and Red Bank High School are presenting the colors at Baroness, East and North respectively.  
 
These events are open to the public.


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