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Junior Chamber International Santa Clarita held a veterans resource fair in Hart Park on Sunday. Katherine Quezada/ The Signal

JCI Holds Veterans Resource Fair 

Junior Chamber International Santa Clarita held a veterans resource fair in Hart Park on Sunday, with several vendors representing private organizations and multiple levels of government in attendance to promote

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Press release

JCI to host Veterans Resource Fair Oct. 22

News release   The Junior Chamber International Veterans Resource Fair is scheduled Oct. 22 with the goal of helping the community come together and demonstrate support for veterans and their families.  

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Videos

Meeting the Brave
Austin Dave

Lt. Col. David Jackson, U.S. Army

  A 27-year veteran of the United States Army, Lt. Col. David Jackson recalls his experiences in the military and how they have shaped his life today.

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Meeting the Brave
Bill Reynolds

Jacob P. Miller, USMC Afghanistan War

Jacob P. Miller was born November 2, 1986, in Granada Hills, California, but he grew up in Canyon Country graduating from Canyon High School June 17, 2005. Jake was popular

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Meeting the Brave
Austin Dave

Dick Ramsey, World War II

Propelled by the tragic outcome of the attack on Pearl Harbor, Dick Ramsey stepped forward and served his country, a nation still healing from assault.

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Austin Dave

Gordon Rogers, World War II

After enduring tragedy in childhood, Gordon Rogers went on to perform one of the most hair-raising duties during World War II as a teenager, participating in America’s massive offensive to pulverize Hitler’s Nazi Germany.

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Austin Dave

Meeting the Brave: Jim Hackett

Meeting the Brave is The Signal’s six-part video series taking a unique snapshot into the valiant efforts taken by six local veterans to protect freedom and the values we have as Americans.
The series is hosted by Vietnam War veteran and Santa Clarita resident Bill Reynolds, one of the “Boys of ’67,” Charlie Company, 4th/47th, 9th Infantry Division.

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