The Chattahoochee Valley Veterans Council will hold its annual "Columbus Remembers Pearl Harbor" day at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the Chattahoochee Valley Veterans Center, 1000 Victory Drive.
The program begins with Michael Scott playing "Amazing Grace" on the bagpipes, followed by the Columbus State University Color Guard, who present the Colors.
Jennifer Duncan will sing the National Anthem.
Carl McKinney Jr., the past district No. 3 commander of the American Legion, will lead the Pledge of Allegiance.
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Rev. Johnny Robinson Jr., director of the House of Restoration, will give the invocation.
Sam Nelson, the chairman of the CVVC will welcome visitors and Kathy Wolfe will talk about the Wounded Warrior Bike Ride.
Stuart Hansen will introduce President Franklin D. Roosevelt, played by G. Robert Prather, who will give the "Day of Infamy" speech.
Duncan will sing "God Bless America."
The Navy Pipes introduce Dixie Harris of Columbus, who is a Pearl Harbor survivor.
A coed drill exhibition, will be followed by a bell salute. The P.O.W./Remembrance Table Ceremony will take place with the Rev. Robinson giving the benediction.
The colors will be retired, and Scott will play "The Green Hills of Tyrol" on the bagpipes.
A reception will be held after the ceremony.