Both past and current members of the armed forces and healthcare professionals will be honored during Itawamba Community College’s Heroes Night, Sept. 16, at Lambert Stadium/Eaton Field at the Fulton Campus during ICC’s football game with Coahoma Community College, which begins at 6:30 p.m.

Special activities will include a salute during halftime featuring ICC’s All-American Band. Honorary captains will be Lt. Col. Sheldon Morris of Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, Military Deputy Director at the Center for the Army Profession and Leadership, ICC alumnus and former football player; and Dr. Dick White of Tupelo, who retired last year as chief medical officer of the North Mississippi Medical Center. Admission is free to all past and current armed forces members and healthcare professionals and their families.

For more information on the event, contact Michael Upton at maupton@iccms.edu or (662) 862-8035 or Nina Strother at njstrother@iccms.edu or (662) 862-8242.

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