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Rondyl Leftwich to receive honor from French Republic

A ceremony for World War II veteran Rondyl Leftwich is scheduled for 2:00pmCT, Sunday, September 20, 2009, at the Leftwich House, Bowling Park, 1608 W. Stockton ST, Edmonton, KY.

Mr. Leftwich, a native of Edmonton, KY now living in Glasgow, KY, will be presented the French Legion of Honor medal, awarded by the French Republic to World War II veterans for their valorous actions while fighting in German occupied France.

The event is hosted by the Metcalfe County VFW Post 6281, Edmonton. The public is invited to attend. -Geniece Leftwich Marcum



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