Tuesday, March 25, 2003

Clermont County to hold rally

The Clermont County Board of Commissioners' rally to support U.S. troops at 7:30 p.m. this evening has been moved indoors because of the threat of rain.

The rally was originally scheduled to take place in front of the Clermont County Courthouse, but will take place at the Batavia Armory, 65 N. Second St.

Citizens from throughout Greater Cincinnati are invited to wear red, white and blue to show their support.

The event will include music and patriotic speeches.

Among those scheduled to speak are: Lee Whitaker, former prisoner of war during the Korean War; Lance Woodward of the Veterans' Service Commission; Joe Whitt, a veteran of Pearl Harbor; and Pastor Wayne Mock, a Vietnam War veteran.

- Janinne Thompson

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