Field of Honor Speaker - Jeremiah Pauley

Jeremiah Pauley, proudly wearing flowers on his chest, gives the keynote address at the Field of Honor - a local fundraising effort benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project. The program was held at Sheridan College Veterans Plaza at 5:30 pm August 9, 2013. For more see http://www.sheridanmedia.com/new... and for more photos visit: http://deerrungraphics.com

Jeremiah Pauley, proudly wearing flowers on his chest, gives the keynote address at the Field of Honor - a local fundraising effort benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project.
Jeremiah Pauley, proudly wearing flowers on his chest, gives the keynote address at the Field of Honor - a local fundraising effort benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project.
Bob Wyatt waits to play Amazing Grace at the conclusion of the Field of Honor program in front of the backdrop of 1,000 flags
Bob Wyatt waits to play Amazing Grace at the conclusion of the Field of Honor program in front of the backdrop of 1,000 flags
The Welcome by Dr. Paul Young of Sheridan College
The Welcome by Dr. Paul Young of Sheridan College
Those gathered on Veterans Plaza
Those gathered on Veterans Plaza
A check in the amount of $10,000 being presented by the Sheridan County Field of Honor Program to the Wounded Warrior Project - received by Jeremiah Pauley
A check in the amount of $10,000 being presented by the Sheridan County Field of Honor Program to the Wounded Warrior Project - received by Jeremiah Pauley
Danielle Law and Dan Burgess (daughter and father) sing God Bless America and America the Beautiful
Danielle Law and Dan Burgess (daughter and father) sing God Bless America and America the Beautiful
Dr. Paul Young and Mayor Dave Kinskey pose with WWII Pearl Harbor survivor Melvin Heckman at the conclusion of the Field of Honor program
Dr. Paul Young and Mayor Dave Kinskey pose with WWII Pearl Harbor survivor Melvin Heckman at the conclusion of the Field of Honor program
This mural on the side of a vintage car at Veterans Plaza reflects its meaning of the event
This mural on the side of a vintage car at Veterans Plaza reflects its meaning of the event