Franklin County Recorder Terry Brown Announces Veterans Appreciation Card Art Contest
Date Posted: 05/11/15
Noticing a lack of cards to thank our veterans for their service to our nation on Veterans Day, Recorder Brown is seeking the assistance of Franklin County school children to help solve this issue. Recorder Brown has invited all students in Franklin County schools in grades K-12 to participate in his first Veterans Appreciation Card art contest.
“It is important that our citizens have the opportunity to thank the brave men and women who have served our great nation,” said Franklin County Recorder Terry J. Brown. “I am happy that our office can help facilitate the extension of the gratitude of our residents.
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County Recorder Announces New Program For Franklin County's Veterans
Date Posted: 06/04/13
Recorder Brown has initiated a new program that provides Franklin County's military veterans with a new ID card when they record their DD214 (discharge forms) in the Franklin County Recorder's Office. Military veterans will now be able to use the card to show proof of military service, obtain veterans discounts at participating retail and commercial businesses, and present proof of documentation for veterans’ benefits (i.e. home loans, student loans, health services, etc.). The cost for the ID card is $1, and arrangements will be made for veterans needing financial assistance. For additional information, please click here
|05/11/15||Franklin County Recorder Terry Brown Announces Veterans Appreciation Card Art Contest|
|06/04/13||County Recorder Announces New Program For Franklin County's Veterans|
|03/12/13||Updated Electronic Living Will Packet Now Available|
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