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The Marc Cox Morning Show
May 21, 2018 - 5:44 am

On Friday, May 25th the reading of the Korean War will take place for the first time here in St. Louis. The ceremony will begin at sunset and goes continuously until all 36,600+ names are avowed. The organizers are estimating the ceremony will be completed by sunrise on Memorial Day. 

Please stop by Sylvan Springs Park-Wohlschlaeger Shelter across from Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery to honor our heroes. 

Volunteers are needed around the clock. If you'd like to participate, text your requested time to 314-456-2361.

From event organizer Mike LeBlanc, "This is the Forgotten War, and how appropriate with the hopeful summit upcoming, that we remember these men who gave ALL!"