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Flag Ceremony to be Held – Recognition of Veterans. by OSMC, Miller’s Veteran Color Guard & Elkhart High School Musicians
November 12, 2021 @ 10:30 am - 11:00 am| Free
WHAT & WHEN: To honor all veterans during the week of Veteran’s Day, the Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Center of Northern Indiana, Inc., commonly known as OSMC, will hold a flag raising ceremony featuring Miller’s Veteran Color Guard and Elkhart High School Musicians starting at 10:30 a.m. ET, Friday, November 12, 2021. The media invited and encouraged to cover this event.
WHERE: The ceremony will be held at the outdoor flagpole in front of the Elkhart location of the orthopedic firm, 2310 California Road, Elkhart, IN 46514.
DETAILS: In a tribute to veterans, OSMC team members, Miller’s Vets, along with students in the Elkhart High School Choir and Band will participate in a flag raising ceremony. The national anthem of the United States, “The Star-Spangled Banner” by Francis Scott Key, will be sung, the pledge of allegiance recited, taps will be played and veterans recognized.
WHO WILL ATTEND: The entire community of Elkhart County is invited, especially area veterans from all branches of the armed services. Expected to attend are EHS students, parents, OSMC staff and physicians, visiting patients and others.
OSMC, also known as the Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Center of Northern Indiana, has provided comprehensive orthopedic care and service to Michiana since 1973. With 22 physicians and advanced practice providers, our skilled, board-certified physicians and professionals offer surgical and non-surgical orthopedic treatment, physical therapy, pain management, podiatry, medical care for sports or on-the-job injuries and more in our six locations. The firm can be found on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and their website; www.osmc.com.
In conjunction with the Center for the Homeless, in South Bend, Indiana, Miller’s Veteran Color Guard is a drill team of selected homeless Veterans in South Bend, Indiana, formed in January 2009 by Robert L. Miller, Sr., a former St. Joseph Superior Court Judge and LCDR, USNR (Ret). More information can be found at their website: https://www.millersvets.com .