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HARDWORKING HEROES FARMERS MARKET

Dear Veterans and friends,

Kindly accept our invitation to attend the special Charlevoix Farmers Market event:

"Hardworking Heroes" Sept 22 in Charlevoix's East Park

​"Hardworking Heroes" Is a gathering of service men and women and their

Vehicles 8am to 1pm, Thursday, 9/22 on the lawn in East Park, downtown Charlevoix.

​Its a Field Trip day for the Schools and a chance for the public to 'Touch the Truck' and 'Shake a Hand' of a Hardworking Hero! The Farmers Market will host a real 'Hum-V' from the National Guard / Camp Grayling, the Sheriff's K-9 team working demonstrations, a Police Vehicle, a Fire Truck, an Ambulance, a US Coast Guard boat and others.

​We hope to have plenty of ​local Veterans onsite! They could supply a booth with info, or wear uniform clothing to shows they've served. It would be nice to have thechildren and public shake their hands, etc.

Please feel welcome to attend any or all of this special morning, we would be honored with your presence. The national anthem will be played with color guard attendance at a time to be determined.

Please keep up with details by following this event on Facebook:

This all happens during the Charlevoix Farmers Market on Bridge Street downtown Charlevoix from 8am to 1pm its a lovely place to browse overlooking Round Lake and the Charlevoix marina.

We have a Michigan State Police vehicle and the National Anthem at 10am by the (50 pc.) Charlevoix High School Band!

Information​ booths by: Boy Scouts of America, Charlevoix B.A.S.E.S. Teen Center Big Brothers / Big Sisters

Hospice of Northwest Michigan If you know a service group we should contact, or have any questions please call 231-330-0968.

Photo: Deputy Sheriff Ben Speigl and Ezo, a German Shepherd of the K-9 Unit from the Charlevoix County Sheriff's office. The team has been working together since September of 2015 and will demonstrate skills during the Hardworking Heroes event in East Park at the Charlevoix Farmers Market 8am-1pm, Thursday, September 22.​

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