Yellow Ribbon sign dedicated

Apple Valley Mayor Mary Hamann-Roland and City Council members were among dignitaries who gathered May 7 to dedicate one of five recently installed Yellow Ribbon signs in Apple Valley. Also present were members of the Yellow Ribbon Network, the city manager, police and fire chiefs, and American Legion, Veterans Administration, Boy Scouts of America representatives and community residents and leaders. The signs are located at the entrance to the city on the north and south borders on Pilot Knob Road, Cedar Avenue at the south border and County Road 42 at the east and west borders. The Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Network has about 40 members and meets monthly at the Apple Valley American Legion. For additional information about the group, visit the Facebook page at AppleValleyYellowRibbonNetwork or email AVYellowribbon@gmail.com. (Photo submitted)

Apple Valley Mayor Mary Hamann-Roland and City Council members were among dignitaries who gathered May 7 to dedicate one of five recently installed Yellow Ribbon signs in Apple Valley. Also present were members of the Yellow Ribbon Network, the city manager, police and fire chiefs, and American Legion, Veterans Administration, Boy Scouts of America representatives and community residents and leaders. The signs are located at the entrance to the city on the north and south borders on Pilot Knob Road, Cedar Avenue at the south border and County Road 42 at the east and west borders. The Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Network has about 40 members and meets monthly at the Apple Valley American Legion. For additional information about the group, visit the Facebook page at AppleValleyYellowRibbonNetwork or email AVYellowribbon@gmail.com. (Photo submitted)

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