UTICA- Officials with the Adirondack Bank Center unveiled a chair honoring the nations prisoners of war and those missing in action.
Officials said the chair symbolizes there will always be a seat open POW's and MIA's when they return home.
The chair sits in row 215 in the inner concourse of the Adirondack Bank Center. Its black with the words "POW and MIA" and a plaque sits in front of it with those same words.
Friday nights game started with a tribute honoring those who sacrificed their lives for our country.
- Honoring our POW and MIA
- WWII POW from US identified, being buried at Arlington
- Honoring Martin Luther King Jr.
- Veterans honored at Richfield Springs Central School
- ACR Health honors World AIDS Day
- Local community honors MLK at annual luncheon
- On Point for College honors its mentors
- New Hartford seniors honor local first responders
- Vietnam veterans honored at Parkway Center ceremony
- Honoring dogs as caretakers for cancer patients