veterans

From now through the end of the month, Luverne's Carnegie Cultural Center will be home to the first-ever Veteran Photo Display featuring Rock County Veterans.
Photographs from veterans and their families have been submitted from Luverne and throughout the United States to be displayed at the Carnegie Cultural Center during the month of October for the first-ever Veteran Photo Show.  The show was developed to complement military photographer Stacy...
Combat photographer Stacy Pearsall takes a selfie with Jack Lauer, Brandon, who told her he was drafted in the Navy the day of his graduation in 1943. He was one of 20 veterans Pearsall photographed Thursday Oct. 1, in Luverne for her Veterans Portrait Project.
Nationally known combat photographer Stacy Pearsall will be in Luverne Friday, Oct. 2, to share her story about what combat is like from behind the camera. Pearsall has captured over 500,000 images across 41 different countries, and her work has appeared in Time, USA Today, CNN, BBC and the New...
Duane Mabon (left) of the Minnesota Veterans Home, Luverne, is pictured Sept. 12 with DAR members (from left) Erma Huso, Cottonwood; Mary Smith, Brewster; Loreena Luetgers, Worthington; Glenda Finke, Minneota; Jeanene Kirchner, Slayton; Jane Muedeking, Tracy; Joan Chesley, Luverne; and Lee Alexander, Luverne. Not pictured is Margie Salentiny of Fulda.
  The Captain Comfort Starr Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) visited the Minnesota Veterans Home, Luverne, Saturday, Sept. 12. The members honored each resident with an American flag and a personal “thank you” from the DAR Chapter. “Meeting and...

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