Riverside NAACP Hosts 45th Annual Anderson Copeland Veterans Recognition

Riverside NAACP Hosts 45th Annual Anderson Copeland Veterans Recognition

In partnership with the Veterans Service Committee of the Kansas Avenue Seventh Day Adventist Church, the Riverside Branch NAACP held its 45th Annual Anderson Copeland Veterans Recognition Luncheon at the church gymnasium. Veterans and their families were invited to attend and asked to wear their uniforms.

2-Riverside Branch NAACP president, Woody Rucker-Hughes and Bill Howe (Ret. Lieutenant US Air Force)

2-Riverside Branch NAACP president, Woodie Rucker-Hughes and Bill Howe (Ret. Lieutenant US Air Force)

Flag presentation from Riverside Unified School District ROTC students

Flag presentation from Riverside Unified School District ROTC students. Photo by Harold Corsey.

Speaker, Bill Howe (Ret. Lieutenant US Air Force). Photo by Harold Corsey

Speaker, Bill Howe (Ret. Lieutenant US Air Force). Photo by Harold Corsey.

Group photo. Photo by John Coleman

Group photo. Photo by John Coleman

Speaker, Riverside County Sheriff Stanley Sniff, (US Army). Photo by John Coleman

Speaker, Riverside County Sheriff Stanley Sniff, (US Army). Photo by John Coleman

Guest of Honor James E. Benham (US Army), now 97-years-old served in the Pacific during WWll. Photo by John Coleman

Guest of Honor James E. Benham (US Army), now 97-years-old served in the Pacific during WWll. Photo by John Coleman

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