Project to recognize W.Va.’s military members
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Photos are being sought for a state project recognizing West Virginia’s military members.
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin’s office says the photos will be displayed on a “Military Recognition” tree at the Capitol. The tree will be in the governor’s reception room during the holiday season.
Tomblin says in a news release that the tree is a way to display gratitude to West Virginians serving in the military.
Photos can be submitted to the governor’s office through Nov. 23. A form and tag can be downloaded from the governor’s website, www.governor.wv.gov .
Submitted photos won’t be returned. They will be kept at the Governor’s Mansion.