Coffee and Donut's at The South Central Kentucky Cultural Center

The gentlemen in the picture are from left to right Kenneth Robertson Vice President of Rolling Thunder Inc. , Bobby Stinson Rolling Thunder Inc. Chairman of The Board, Loyd Bean Dep. Jailer and Bud Terry Veteran of Vietnam. They all attended the Donut and Coffee social in support of Veterans Week at The South Central Kentucky Cultural Center for on Tuesday November 5th.
Photo By Amy Dickson

Coffee and donuts went well today. Had lots of veterans come out and enjoy the free coffee and donuts and sit and chat. We would lke to thank The South Central Kentucky Cultural Center for their Support of our American Hero's.

The Midway Island Reunion fundraiser

"DAV Flag Folding Ceremony at the The Midway Island Reunion fundraiser that Freedom Warriors and Rolling Thunder KY Chapter 2 — at Glasgow National Guard Armory."

The Midway Island Reunion fundraiser that Freedom Warriors and Rolling Thunder KY Chapter 2 put on last night raised $2,169.14. Thanks to all those who helped make it happen like Mike Wilson, Matt Mutter, and Glasgow Barren Co Chamber of Commence and others. John Wood was a Honored Guest who is a Pearl Harbor Attack and Battle of Midway survivor. Thanks for your service to our Country.

"DAV Flag Folding Ceremony at the The Midway Island Reunion fundraiser that Freedom Warriors and Rolling Thunder KY Chapter 2 — at Glasgow National Guard Armory."

Welcome home recently accounted for our hero's missing in action.

"We Will Never Forget"

•Pfc. Ronald C. Huffman, U.S. Army, K Company, 3rd Battalion, 38th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division, was lost on Feb. 12, 1951, during a battle near Saemal, South Korea. He was accounted for on Aug. 8, 2013. He will be buried with full military honors in Princeton, W.Va.
•Sgt. Charles L. Scott, U.S. Army, C Company, 32nd Infantry Regiment, 31st Regimental Combat Team was lost Dec. 2 1950 near the Chosin Reservoir. He was accounted for Aug. 7. He will be buried with full military honors on Sept. 5, 2013 in Lynchburg, Va.
•Pfc. Herene K. Blevins, U. S. Army, 7th Infantry Division, 31st Regimental Combat Team, was lost on Dec. 2, 1950, near the eastern banks of the Chosin Reservoir, North Korea. He was accounted for on Aug. 6, 2013. He will be buried with full military honors in Hagerstown, Md.

Donation to PFC Keith Crabtree

"Crabtree Donation"

Rolling Thunder KY Chapter made two donation to PFC Keith Crabtree and his Mother April London. First one from Rolling Thunder KY Chapter 2 and the second was sent to us from Captain Brad Copass KY Army National who saw our post about Keith and want to help also. Thanks to all that have helped with PFC Crabtree and his family.
L to R Dana Robbins, President Jimmie Dixon, James Meadows, Keith Crabtree, Randy Dunnam, Linda Freeman, April London. Pic taken by Chaplin Rob Freeman.

First United Methodist Church Welcomes Rolling Thunder, Veterans and First Responders.

First United Methodist Church at 500 South Green St Glasgow, KY will host Rolling Thunder, Veterans and First Responders to their church to pay honor to and for their service to our country. Event is July 7th at 10:00 AM in The Family Life Center behind church.

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