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Introduced Version House Concurrent Resolution 79 History

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HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 79

(By Delegates Skaff, Argento, Azinger, Beach, Border, Brown, Butcher, Cann, Cowles, Craig, Crosier, Duke, Eldridge, Ennis, Evans, Ferro, Fleischauer, Frazier, Givens, Guthrie, Hall, Hamilton, Hatfield, Hunt, Iaquinta, Klempa, Kominar, Lawrence, Louisos, Mahan, Manchin, Marshall, Michael, Morgan, Moye, Pethtel, D. Poling, Porter, Reynolds, Rodighiero, Ross, Schadler, Schoen, Shott, Smith, Spencer, Stephens, Stowers, Sumner, Tabb, Varner, Walters and Wells.)




Proclaiming April, 2009, to be the Month of the Military Child.

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HEREAS , Thousands of brave Americans in active duty posts in Afghanistan, Iraq and around the world have demonstrated their courage and commitment to freedom by serving in the Armed Forces of the United States of America; and
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HEREAS , More than seven thousand one hundred of West Virginia's children have been directly affected by America's commitment to freedom; and
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HEREAS , These children are a source of pride and honor to all West Virginians; and
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HEREAS , It is fair and fitting that we take time to recognize their contributions, acknowledge their sacrifices and celebrate their spirit; and
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HEREAS , Our men and women in uniform need to know that while they are taking care of us, we are caring for their children; and
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HEREAS , The recognition of a Month of the Military Child will allow us to pay tribute to military children for their commitment, their struggles and their unconditional support of our troops; and
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HEREAS , A month-long salute to military children will encourage local community support to provide direct support to military children and families; therefore, be it
Resolved by the Legislature of West Virginia:
That April, 2009, to be the Month of the Military Child; and, be it

Further Resolved, That the Legislature urges all schools and youth organizations to participate in this month long recognition of the vital role played by children who have one or both parents serving in the United States military; and, be it
Further Resolved, That the Clerk of the House of Delegates, forward a certified copy of this resolution to the State Superintendent of Schools, the Boy Scouts of America, the Girl Scouts of America, The West Virginia University 4-H Council and Richard F. Switzer, West Virginia Operation: Military Kids.
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