AMVETS of Kentucky
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Post 124
7009 Water Tower Rd

Maysville, KY 41056

Gene Hook, Commander



Amvets Post 124 is holding their regular monthly meetings at the National Guard Armory on the 3rd Saturday of each month at 1:00 P.M.

AMVETS Post 124's web site is up and going, . We are very proud of our achievements with the site. To date we have had approximately three thousand visits and has been rated as the # 2 web site in the Maysville community. We invite all the Posts to tour the site it will be a tour worth taking.

AMVETS Post 124 has joined forces with the 299th Chemical Company of the Kentucky Army National Guard in providing full service military honors for deceased Veterans funerals including Honor Guards for casket barriers.

Future events:

GENE HOOK, Commander
Feb 2007

Don't forget to check the State SCHEDULE for Special Events that may also be planned.

From The Ledger Independant in Maysville, Ky:


Celebration honors memory of those lost six years ago (September 13, 2007)

Those honoring the memory of lives lost Sept. 11, 2001 in New York City, Washington D.C, and a Pennsylvania field, and in subsequent battles in the ongoing war against terrorism, began arriving early at Limestone Landing, Tuesday evening.

By 6 p.m., when the bells of St. Patrick Church tolled six times families and soldiers were shoulder to shoulder with the floodwall murals and Ohio River as a backdrop.

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Construction on AMVETS memorial park begins  (September 13, 2007)

Phase I construction of the proposed AMVETS Post 124 American Veterans Memorial Park in Maysville has officially begun.

According to Post Commander Gene Hook, grading of the site began about three weeks ago in the area that will be a parking lot. Other projects included in Phase I construction are an access road into the park, a community shelter and two flag display areas.

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The local AMVETS chapter has announced an ambitious plan to construct a veterans park on Kentucky 9 in Maysville.  (January 5, 2007)

Built in cooperation with the city of Maysville, the park will be located on one of the county's most historic sites, where Simon Kenton and his fellow pioneers first settled. Within the park, individual memorials to wars and veterans ranging from the Civil War to Iraq will be featured.

While the city has offered up the property for the park and will be in charge of the visitors center, the plan calls for no less than eight separate memorials to be included. The price tag on each memorial is expected to approach $75,000 for a total of about $600,000. Add in other expenses and the organization may need more than $750,000 before the memorial park is complete.

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