It's all fun and games for the Kennedy children, except for six-year old Caroline, who looks sad - and she was, during the summer of 1964, her first without her murdered father. Three-year old John Jr. (bottom) sometimes asked "Where's my Daddy?" LIFE, July 3, 1964
Champions of football have lined up in the cold to pay their final respects to legendary coach John Kennedy Snr. COVID restrictions meant they couldn't get into the church for his funeral service, so they formed a final guard of honour outside in the street. @NickMcCallum7 #7NEWS
A roll call of Hawthorn champions has turned out to farewell their mentor, John Kennedy, who died last week aged 91. Kennedy was remembered for his humility and humour, and the covid crisis helped deliver one of his final wishes. @TJch9 #9News
Hawthorn football legends didn't let coronavirus restrictions prevent them from honouring former coach John Kennedy Snr at his funeral today. Many couldn't go inside the church but they did line the street to give one of footy's greatest orators a guard of honour. @NickMcCallum7
“When you watch your contemporaries indulging the urge for material gain, comfort, and personal advancement, your choice will seem hard...Never forget, however, that the battle for freedom takes many forms.” – John F. Kennedy The 120th Army-Navy Game honors that choice.
“This is a momentous occasion for the arts." @FLOTUS , who is the Honorary Chair of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, delivered remarks at a dedication ceremony for REACH—the Kennedy Center's brand-new expansion!