The Official Newsletter of the
Shenandoah Valley Chapter #313
Korean War Veterans Association
Volume 13, Issue 03
Paul E. Bombardier, Editor
February Meeting Highlights
At the beginning of the Feb. 11th meeting, Chaplain Raleigh Watson offered the opening Invocation, and called for a moment of silence to honor the passing of Dorothy Herring, who passed away at the age of 81, on February 3, 2020. Dorothy was a member of A.L. Post 21 Ladies Auxiliary, and helped to prepare lunches at our chapter meetings for a long time.
Commander Dave Clark stressed the importance of the upcoming KWVA National Election. Ballots will be in the next “Graybeards” magazine. It needs to be studied and please vote for Candidates who have the organization’s best interests at heart.
“Tell America”: Efforts to revive this program are being made by Josh Morimoto and Dave Stegmaier. The first event will be @ Mercer school in Aldie, VA. on May 7th.
Also on Feb 11th, Commander Dave Clark introduced this month’s guest speaker, Grandmaster Byung Kon Cho of Cho’s Blackbelt Academy in Winchester. Grandmaster Cho offered thanks to the chapter for the sacrifices made during the Korean war, which enabled his family to survive.
Grandmaster Cho has offered to make his establishment available for a class for the Chapter, if anyone is interested.
Members listen to Grandmaster Cho's story.