COLUMBUS, OH (TOLEDO NEWS NOW) - The Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame is seeking nominations of Ohio veterans who put their skills and abilities to work in their local communities after their military service.
The Hall is dedicated to recognizing veterans' continued service and positive accomplishments.
"We're asking that anyone who knows a veteran who's made a real difference in their community to submit that person for nomination," said Tom Moe, Director of the Ohio Department of Veterans Services and a 2009 inductee of the Hall. "There are a lot of great Ohio veterans who deserve recognition for what they've done at home after they completed their service to our country."
Nominations are due Saturday, June 30. Get more information on nominations.
The Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame was established in 1992 by former Gov. George Voinovich to recognize the post-military achievements of outstanding veterans.