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Rolling Thunder Inc Kentucky Chapter Four held its monthly membership meeting Dec. 2. Two new members joined,Rick Wright and Jeff Auberry. Suzanne Wright and Angie Auberry were guests. Visiting from another chapter was Richard Lopez. Local visitors Lanny and Larry King spoke of their gratitude to Rolling Thunder for its role in the community and how it has helped individuals and veterans. Junior member Shelby Justice received a patch from her grandfather and club President Jim Justice.
The “Missing Man Table” was set and John Locke described what every item on the table symbolized. The POWs and MIAs are unable to attend. The table was set for one with a white tablecloth for purity, single red rose for families waiting for their return, red ribbon for those who bear witness to unyielding determination, candle is lit for upward reach of their unconquerable spirit, slice of lemon of their bitter faith, salt for the tears as they wait, glass is inverted they cannot toast us tonight, the chair is empty they are not here.
The monthly chapter business meetings are at 2 p.m. the first Sunday of the month at Colvin Community Center, 230 Freedom Way in Radcliff. Meetings are open to the public. Dues are $30 per year and even though many members are veterans and ride motorcycles, it is not a requirement. The club is committed to and is working on POW and MIA and veterans issues.
For information, visit rollingthunderkych4.com