Veterans Day observances are planned Thursday in Casey and Garrard counties as well as at Camp Nelson National Cemetery.
Casey County veterans and those currently serving in the military will be recognized with three services.
Casey County High School will recognize veterans and military men and women who are currently serving their country at 9 a.m. at the school. Veterans are asked to attend. Families that have people currently on active duty are asked submit names so they can be recognized. Call Lisa Peek, president of the Casey Band Boosters, at (606) 787-5465 and give her the names.
The traditional Veterans Day service will be at 11 a.m. near the doughboy statue on the Courthouse Square.
Charles Derringer, retired Navy master sergeant, will speak, and Benny Lawhorn will have the opening prayer.
Donald Smither, retired master sergeant first class with the Army Reserve at Fort Knox, will be master of ceremonies. Casey County Funeral Squad will give the salute to recognize veterans and those currently serving their country.