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MCC Student/Naval Sea Cadet Joesph Stokes presenting an initiative to create a “Military Tribute Banner” in Palm Bay

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From Palm Bay City Councilman Jeff Bailey’s official Facebook page.

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Tonight, Chief Petty Officer Joesph Stokes, a Naval Sea Cadet and 17 y.o. student at MCC, will be presenting an initiative to create a “Military Tribute Banner” program in Palm Bay. 

Chief Stokes is my appointee on the Youth Advisory Board (YAB). The YAB voted unanimously to support his proposal to city council and staff. 

Palm Bay residents should all be proud of Chief Stokes’ initiative to honor our military service members. Tune in tonight for his presentation. Here’s the item, New Business #1:

https://palmbayfl.novusagenda.com/agendapublic/CoverSheet.aspx?ItemID=245&MeetingID=33

Watch: https://www.palmbayflorida.org/government/listen-watch-meetings

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