Minneapolis becomes Minnesota’s 254th Yellow Ribbon Network
Dec 3, 2013Public
Photo: Minneapolis – Minnesota’s largest city – became the state’s 254th Yellow Ribbon Network during a pregame ceremony at the Minnesota Vikings football game, December 1, 2013. Photo by Staff Sgt. Patrick Loch
Photo: Minneapolis – Minnesota’s largest city – became the state’s 254th Yellow Ribbon Network during a pregame ceremony at the Minnesota Vikings football game, December 1, 2013. Photo by Staff Sgt. Patrick Loch
Photo: Minneapolis – Minnesota’s largest city – became the state’s 254th Yellow Ribbon Network during a pregame ceremony at the Minnesota Vikings football game, December 1, 2013. Photo by Staff Sgt. Patrick Loch
Photo: Deputy Minneapolis Police Chief Eddie Frizzel and Minneapolis City Council Member Sandy Colvin Roy accept a Yellow Ribbon Proclamation from Maj. Gen. Richard C. Nash, Minneosta National Guard Adjutant General and Annette Kuyper, Director of Military Outreach for the Minnesota Department of Military Affairs during a pregame ceremony at the Minnesota Vikings football game, December 1, 2013. Minneapolis – Minnesota’s largest city – became the state’s 254th Yellow Ribbon Network. Photo by Staff Sgt. Patrick Loch
Photo: The Interstate 35W bridge in Minneaplois was lit yellow, along with the IDS Tower and Target Corporation after Governor Mark Dayton proclaimed Minneapolis, Minn. a Yellow Ribbon City.