Korean MemorialKorean War & Korea Defense Service Veterans, Lake Co. (FL), Chapter 169















Tell America - Scholarship Program

Relatively little is known about the Korean War. Less still is known about the fact that U.S. troops are still stationed in Korea. Our Tell America Program strives to overcome this by going into schools and other places to tell America about the Korean War and what it truly meant to freedom. (scroll down this page for articles on this topic)

If your school is not on this list, we welcome you to invite us to come, we offer a special incentive to your students who participate by writing an essay. Please contact us.

2015 Tell America Program
2013 St. Paul's Catholic School, Jan. 29, 2013.    Orlando Sentinel    Student Collages
2012 Overview of Chapter 169's Tell America Program in Graybeards
2011 Overview of Chapter 169's Tell America Program in Graybeards
Tell America Chapter 169, Lake County, FL-2012 Update
Leesburg High AF Jr. ROTC, May 16, 2012
Eustis High AF Jr. ROTC and History Classes, April 27, 2012 (to be developed)
Mount Dora High Air Force Junior ROTC, April 17, 2012
The 2012 St. Paul Catholic School Tell America and Essay Contest
"Freedom is not Free," Sievers in The LAKE Magazine
Austin Rumbley, of Mount Dora Bible to The Citidel
First Academy of Leesburg, May 11, 2011
Boys and Girls Club of Leesburg, May 4, 2011
Mount Dora High Air Force Junior ROTC, April 25, 2011       
Leesburg High Air Force Junior ROTC, Feb. 9, 2011     Korean War Veterans honor area cadets with John Yohn Award
St. Paul's Catholic School, Feb. 3, 2011      St. Paul's 2011 Student Essay Contest
Carver Middle School, November 8, 2010
Leesburg High AF ROTC Scholarship, June 2010
Lake Montessori School, Feb. 23, 2010
St. Paul's Catholic School, Feb. 2, 2010
Carver Middle School, Nov. 10, 2009
Holy Trinity Episcopal School, Oct. 2, 2009
John Yohn Adopt a Kid/Adopt a Vet Essay "Being a Veteran" by Julianna Goldberg

Tell America Resources

Chapter 169 Tell America Brochure

"The Korean War and its historical impact," by the KWVA

Why often called "The Forgotten War."

KWVA Ft. Wayne, IN You-Tube [Click Here]

The Korean War: A Fresh Perspective by Colonel Harry G. Summers, Jr., U.S. Army (ret.)

Korea Remembers the 60th Anniversary of the Start of the War

The Korean War - What it meant.

My Story - Dick Pfahler            PDF For Projection

My Story in Photos - Tom J Thiel     Operation Nomad - Tom Thiel    Tom's Brochure

Silent Night, Holy Night, All is Calm, All is Bright,” Central Front North Korea, 1951. Tom J. Thiel

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