Several awards were presented yesterday at the Veterans Day luncheon program held at the Davison County Fairgrounds. Sergeant Major Lathe Ragels and Specialist Kris Morris were presented with the Soldier of the Year award. Jenna Schmaltz and Bill Jackson were recognized as the Veterans of the Year. Auxiliary Member of the year was Karen Prickett, and New Veteran of the Year was Private Rylie Kasdorf. William Peacock was given an award for outstanding volunteerism by the VFW.
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