[Fcs-faculty] FW: Cannon shots during Veterans Day observance on Friday
lori.kowaleski-jones at fcs.utah.edu
Fri Nov 10 11:14:03 MST 2017
Hey there everyone…fyi on cannon ball sounds today…
From: Trina Rich [mailto:trina.rich at utah.edu]
Sent: Friday, November 10, 2017 10:29 AM
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Subject: [deptchairs-academicaffairs] [dept-chairs] FW: Cannon shots during Veterans Day observance on Friday
This is a reminder about the cannon shots that are being fired as part of the Veteran’s Day commemoration today. The original message with the specific details has been included below.. Please remind your areas to be prepared for this.
Office of the Associate Vice President for Faculty
From: Veterans Day Committee [mailto:vetcenter at sa.utah.edu]
Sent: Wednesday, November 08, 2017 9:10 AM
Subject: Cannon shots during Veterans Day observance on Friday
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Veterans Day Cannons | Friday, Nov. 10
Dear Students, Faculty, and Staff:
On Friday, Nov. 10, the U will have its 20th annual Veterans Day commemoration. As part of the event, you will hear several cannon shots from outside the Union Building: Three at approximately 9 a.m., one at 11 a.m., and 21 around noon.
This ceremony is an annual event for the University of Utah and an opportunity for us to thank all veterans for their service. It is also a time to reflect on those who still serve, those who bear scars, both visible and invisible, and those who didn’t return home. During the ceremony, we will honor 11 remarkable Utah veterans.
In addition to the ceremony, this year’s Veterans Day celebration includes a weeklong series of events, including a panel discussion titled, “Identity and Service: The Experiences of Unexpected Minorities in the U.S. Military” and a screening of the film “When War Comes Home.” The Utah National Guard will host its annual concert on Friday night at the Tabernacle on Temple Square. All are invited to attend these special events as we honor service members and veterans for their service to our nation. Click here<https://t.e2ma.net/click/7q85m/nbf9ql/j815jd> to learn more about these events. If you are unable to attend, I hope you will find an opportunity to reflect on the commitment and courage of those who have served our country in uniform.
If you have ever served in the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard or National Guard, on active duty or in the reserves, on domestic or foreign soil, in combat or garrison, I’d like to extend my personal gratitude and invite you to visit the Veterans Support Center in the Union building, Room 418. For the families of veterans and those who are serving, thank you for the sacrifices you have made in support of those who answered our nation’s call.
Director, University of Utah Veterans Support Center
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