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Veterans History Project
The Roaring Fork Veterans History Project Show interviews local veterans who have served their country. At this point, 32 veteran interviews have been presented and shown by Grassroots Community Television. The purpose of the show is to preserve a record of their service for the Library of Congress and the Aspen Historical Society. Veterans interviewed have served in World War II, 10th Mountain Division, Korea, Vietnam and Iraq. The Roaring Fork History Project has been funded by Aspen Elks Lodge #224, Aspen Thrift Shop, Pitkin County Commissioners, Aspen Eagles and the Aspen Rotary Club.
RFV Veterans History Project's Regular Air Times
These interviews vary in length and air regularly at the below airtimes. You can watch it on Cable Channel 12 from Aspen to The Ranch at Roaring Fork, or on Cable Channel 82 in Carbondale and Glenwood Springs. These airtimes are subject to change unannounced, please check the weekly schedule for accuracy.
RFV Veterans History Project shows that are on GrassRoots Video Now
To Contact RFV Veterans History Project show coordinator send Col. Dick Merritt an email: