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Honoring veterans now and for the future

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The University of Florida’s Samuel Proctor Oral History Program will commemorate veterans in Starke tomorrow. The program’s director Paul Ortiz says participating in this event is going to be a great opportunity to gather oral histories to add to their collection.

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He says documenting these interviews will teach UF students and the public alike about the struggles of veterans and the costs of war.

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