About a week ago, I had the honor of attending the annual Lake County Taste of Care at Avalon Manor in Hobart, with proceeds to benefit Honor Flight Northwest Indiana.
VALPARAISO | The Folds of Honor Foundation will have fireworks and a concert Aug. 31 in Central Park Plaza to honor first responders and welcome home the Indiana National Guard's 713th engineers company.
Kouts residents welcome home Scott Herma, a Marine and graduate of Kouts High School, with flags and a banner in the middle of Main Street in Kouts last year.
Residents of Kouts welcome back Scott Herma, a Marine in the United States Army and graduate of Kouts High School, with flags and and a banner saying welcome home in the middle of Main Street in Kouts Saturday night as Herma's escort drives by.
Scott Herma, a Marine in the United States Military, tries to hold back his emotions as he his hugged and greeted by friends and family Saturday night after being welcomed home by the Indiana Patriot Guard at Heartland Church.
LOWELL | There wasn’t a dry eye in the assembly as Lowell welcomed home Cpl. Derek J. Hammons, USMC 1st Marine Division, 1st Battalion Bravo Company, after serving his tour in Afghanistan on Sunday.
Mourners filed into St. Thomas More Church and lined Calumet Avenue and U.S. 30 to pay their respects to Army Staff Sgt. David Nowaczyk.
An Indiana State Police corporal who is a member of the Indiana Patriot Guard was honored Tuesday night by the Porter County Council for his efforts to pull a family of four from a burning Jeep.
People lined Main St. in Griffith to pay their respects to Sgt. Brian Leonhardt, who was killed in Afghanistan.
Augustus "Augy" Vicari's family clustered near his flag-draped light gray casket Saturday morning, crying as they rested their hands on it.
VALPARAISO | Some troops serving in Afghanistan soon will enjoy the comforts of home thanks to the generosity of region residents.
The Indiana Patriot Guard escorts Army Pfc. Anthony Rodriguez, who just returned home from Afghanistan, on Sunday morning through downtown Chesterton.
The car carrying Army Pfc. Anthony Rodriguez, who just returned from Afghanistan, drives amid lines of Indiana Patriot Guard flags assembled Sunday to honor his return at Chesterton High School.
Charlotte Sills, left, ride captain for the Indiana Patriot Guard, honors Army Pfc. Anthony Rodriguez with a necklace and thanks him for his service to his country Sunday morning at Chesterton High School.
Army Pfc. Anthony Rodriguez gets a hug from Cheryl Hutnick, a longtime family friend and neighbor who watched Rodriguez as a child, during his welcome home ceremony Sunday at Chesterton High School. Rodriguez returned to Northwest Indiana for 15 days before returning to Afghanistan.
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