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Walmart Veterans Day breakfast: Amazing Grace

2012-11-12 - VFW Post Hall, 411 Fairground Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Around 100 Veterans and family members attended the VFW Columbia Walmart Veterans Program at VFW Post 6097 on Saturday, November 10, 2012. Above, at podium, Shawn Samuel sang "Amazing Grace, My Chains Are Gone," as only he can do it. The presentation followed a martial hymn, "Glory Hallelujah" by Samuel and the incomparable Payne sisters, Sharon and Phyllis, and the flag folding ceremony held by Andy Watts. On stage are Lisa Fisher Clark, WAIN; Joe Hare, VFW Post 6097 Commander; Carla Thomas, Columbia Walmart Supercenter Store Manager; Andy Watts, and Assistant Store Manger, Cameron Garmon. Terry Moore of Allen Moore & Son, at far right, provided sound services for the event.

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