Remembrance/Memorial Day


Sunday, November 11th is Remembrance Day

Remember the lost!
Remember the cost!


This year’s Nov. 11 ceremonies will commemorate the 65th anniversary of the Korean War Armistice, the 10th anniversary of the first National Peacekeepers Day and 100 years since the end of the First World War.

Remember to Remember!

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6 thoughts on “Remembrance/Memorial Day

  1. I always do…
    Being married to a veteran, we fully understand the sacrifice.


  2. Jim Wheeler says:

    A good day for remembrance for sure, but also, I submit, for reflection on the meaning of the word war. It’s meaning continues to change with time. In WW I it was trench warfare, poison gas and cannon fodder. In WW II it was U-boats, tanks and A-bombs. In Vietnam it was guerrilla warfare. Now, it’s IED’s, terrorism, and “insider attacks.” Another change is that ever fewer of our political leaders are veterans.


  3. Perpetua says:

    I do. We do. And most important, we remember the ones that survive and need our support.


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