Veterans Day events in Juneau

VFW observance and ceremony

The Veterans of Foreign Wars Taku Post 5559 will conduct an observance ceremony and welcome speakers at Centennial Hall at 11 a.m. today.

Master of ceremonies will be VFW Commander Kevin Hassin. The keynote speaker will be 17th District Coast Guard Commander Michael F. McAllister. The colors will be presented by 17th District Coast Guard Color Guard.

A short observance will be conducted promptly at 11, followed by ceremonies and speakers.

Alaska Native Veterans ceremony, luncheon

The Southeast Alaska Native Veterans will host a Veteran’s Day ceremony and luncheon at the Alaska Native Veterans Memorial Park adjacent to the Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall. The ceremony will take place at 11:30 a.m., followed by a luncheon in the Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall.

For more information, please contact Commander Wm Ozzie Sheakley at 209-0985.

Elks Lodge spaghetti feed

From 6-9 p.m. tonight, the Elks Lodge 420 will host a spaghetti feed at its lodge at 9321 Glacier Highway. The feed is open to the public, and the Elks Lodge especially encourages veterans and their families to attend.

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