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DAKOTA MEYER announces scholarship initiative in DC

Adair Co., KY Congressional Medal of Honor winner unveils painting,
"Dakota at the Battle of Ganjgal," by Col. Charles Waterhouse

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By Ann Young

WASHINGTON, DC (Tuesday, September 13, 2011) - Tonight at the Library of Congress in Washington DC at the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation Ceremony and Reception, Dakota Meyer announced his $1 million scholarship initiative.

At the ceremony a commissioned painting by Ret. USMC Colonel Charles Waterhouse of Dakota at the battle of Ganjgal was unveiled.

It will be latest of a series of paintings of MOH recipients. More information about the scholarship can be found at DakotaMeyer.com -ANN YOUNG



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Dakota Meyer unveils painting at Library of Congress



2011-09-14 - Library of Congress, Washington, DC - Photo by Ann Young.
With Dakota Meyer in Washington, DC: Dakota Meyer unveils a a commissioned painting by Ret. USMC Colonel Charles Waterhouse of Dakota at the Battle of Ganjgal. The event took place Tuesday evening, September 13, 2011.

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