Framingham To Award 7 Medals of Liberty on Veterans Day

FRAMINGHAM – Seven Massachusetts Medals of Liberty will be awarded at the Veteran’s Day event at Nevin’s Hall on November 11, 2019.

The medal is an award unique to Massachusetts.

It is awarded to families of servicemen and women who were killed in the line of action.

Six of the individuals being honored served in World War II and one served in the Vietnam War, according to Craig Sullivan, Framingham Director of Veterans Services and Benefits.

The guest speaker at the event will be Michael Montigny. He is a Vietnam War veteran and author of “A Few Good Angels”.

The event will begin at 11 a.m. on the 11th day in the 11th month.

The program can be found below:

Shauna Golden

Since she was little, Shauna knew that she wanted a career in a field that would allow her to practice her love of writing on a daily basis. While attending Framingham High School, Shauna took several journalism and television production classes. It was during her experience in those classes that Shauna recognized her dream of becoming a journalist one day. She graduated from Framingham High School in May 2014. Now, at 21-years-old, Shauna is a rising senior at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Conn. She is studying journalism with a minor in French language. Shauna hopes to use her passion for writing to better the world one day. She has a drive for delivering news and using all forms of journalism (print, digital, and broadcast) to deliver those stories. Shauna is expected to graduate from Quinnipiac University in December 2017. After graduation, she looks forward to entering the communications field and continuing to learn and grow both as a journalist, and as a person.

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