VETERANS COMMITTEE

City Council has established advisory boards and commissions to allow citizens to participate in Dublin Government. Nearly 40 Dublin residents participate, providing recommendations to City officials on a variety of issues. Council reviews applications and conducts interviews with candidates as part of the selection process, which begins in the first quarter of each year.

Meeting Schedule

Contact

C. Kirby Dearth
City of Dublin
614.410.4473
cdearth@dublin.oh.us

WESLEY G. DAVIDS AMERICAN LEGION POST 800

Wesley G. Davids American Legion Post 800 meets the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. from January through November. For additional meeting information, please use the contact information below. The Post is involved in many community activities and welcomes all veterans to participate.

Website

Contact

Jeff Noble, Commander
614.214.6451
ltcjeffnoble@gmail.com

THE DUBLIN MILITARY ROUND TABLE

The group meets at 1 p.m. in the Dublin Community Recreation Center on the last Monday of the month from March through November (except May and August when it is one week earlier). The Round Table is a 1-hour presentation on veterans topics and open to all veterans and non-veterans.

Dublin Community Recreation Center
5600 Post Road
Dublin, Ohio 43017

Contact

Wanda Kamler, Recreation Program Supervisor
City of Dublin
614.410.4550
wkamler@dublin.oh.us

OTHER COMMUNITY RESOURCES

The Remembrance Project – Honoring Dublin’s Veterans

Initiated by the Dublin Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Dublin Executive Program Class of 2021, The Remembrance Project – Honoring Dublin’s Veterans is an ongoing project. The goal is to set the guidelines for future volunteers to gather information about the veterans interred at Dublin Cemetery and uses today’s technology to provide those stories to the public. Once the stories are collected, a QR code will be placed in the cemetery. Visitors can scan the code to visit a website where they can learn more about the veterans, locate their gravesites on a map, and hear their story as told by their family and friends.

EXPLORE THE MAP

Dublin Scioto High School’s Veteran’s Story Event

For this interactive project, students select a family member, friend or community member who served in the military. Research and interviews are done to learn about their service and experience.

READ THEIR STORIES

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