SEQUENCE OF EVENTS. Ashland Paul Blazer JROTC “TOMCATS”. Agenda 17:15 - 17:30 Arrival 17:30 - 17:45 Cadre & Cadet Commanders Meeting 17:45 - 18:00 Parade the Colors and National Anthem 18:00 - 18:15 Saber Walk (See below for order of March)
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Ashland Paul Blazer
17:15 - 17:30 Arrival
17:30 - 17:45 Cadre & Cadet Commanders Meeting
17:45 - 18:00 Parade the Colors and National Anthem
18:00 - 18:15 Saber Walk (See below for order of March)
18:15 - 18:25 POW/MIA Honors/Pick up Drinks for Toast
18:25 - 18:30 Toasts (from each school as assigned inside)
18:30 - 19:30 Music-Dance-Eat-Fun
19:30 - 19:45 Announcing of the Queen/Princess and Escorts
19:45 - 21:45 Music-Dance-Fun
21:45 - 22:00 Wrap up and say goodbye’s.
High Schools attending(Order of Sabre Walk)
Boyd County High School Navy JROTC
Greenup County High School Marine Corp JROTC
Lawrence County High School Army JROTC
Russell High School Air Force JROTC
Hosted By Paul Blazer High School Army JROTC
Joint Military Ball
29 March 2014
As you entered the banquet hall this evening, you may have noticed a small table in a place of honor. It is set for one. This table is our way of symbolizing the fact that members of our profession of arms are missing from our midst. They are commonly called POWs or MIAs, we call them "Brothers." They are unable to be with us this evening and so we remember them.
This Table set for one is small -- Symbolizing the frailty of one prisoner alone against his oppressors.
The Tablecloth is white -- Symbolizing the purity of their intentions to respond to their country's call to arms
The single Red Rose displayed in a vase reminds us of the families and loved ones of our comrades-in-arms who keep the faith awaiting their return
The Red Ribbon tied so prominently on the vase is reminiscent of the red ribbon worn upon the lapel and breasts of thousands who bear witness to their unyielding determination to demand a proper accounting of our missing.
The Candle, the candle is lit -- Symbolizing the upward reach of their unconquerable spirit.
A Slice of Lemon is on the bread plate to remind us of their bitter fate.
There is Salt upon the bread plate -- Symbolic of the families’ tears as they wait.
The Glass is inverted -- They cannot toast with us this night.
The Chair -- The chair is empty. They are not here.
All of you who served with them and called them comrades, who depended upon their might and aid, and relied upon them, for surely, they have not forsaken you.
Remember! -- Until the day they come home.