Tony Orlando sings at veterans con­cert

South Florida Sun-Sentinel Palm Beach (Sunday) - - TRAVEL & LIFE - By Kris­lyn Placide Sun Sentinel So­ci­ety Scene

For the se­cond annual Na­tional Day of Honor for Amer­i­can Veterans Dis­abled for Life, the Lois Pope LIFE Foun­da­tion hosted a free con­cert fea­tur­ing Tony Orlando, the USO Show Troupe, Palm Beach Symphony Orchestra and Drey­foos School for the Arts Choir.

The event took place at the West Palm Beach VA Med­i­cal Cen­ter, and in­cluded speak­ers such as VA Med­i­cal Cen­ter Di­rec­tor Donna Katen-Ba­hen­sky and Dr. Ed­ward Cu­tolo, chief med­i­cal of­fi­cer of Veterans In­te­grated Ser­vices Net­works.

Dur­ing his speech, Cu­tolo em­pha­sized a need for more ser­vices for the 4.2 bil­lion known dis­abled veterans as well as “count­less oth­ers who are liv­ing in si­lence and who have yet to come for­ward.”

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The Lois Pope LIFE Foun­da­tion pre­sented a free con­cert in recog­ni­tion of Na­tional Day of Honor for Amer­i­can Veterans Dis­abled for Life.

Lois Pope with Tony Orlando

Robert Brown and Dave Aron­berg

Donna Katen-Ba­hen­sky and Kim House

Suzi and Rick Gold­smith

Bjaye and Frank Pilotte

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