Veterans' Day will be celebrated in Shoreline on November 11

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Frank Moll, co-chair of the Veterans' Day project, reports that planning and preparation for the Veterans' Day observance on Thursday, November 11 at the Shoreline City Hall is progressing rapidly. The event was initiated by the Event Committee as a method for all citizens to say “Thank You For Your Service” to all local vets, no matter when, where, or how long they may have served.

Shoreline veterans, their families and friends and all Shoreline citizens are invited to attend. At 1:45 pm a talented young singer from a local high school will present three patriotic songs.

Following this there will be a short program which will include the presentation of the National Ensign, an honor guard, and remarks pertinent to the meaning of the day. Light refreshments will be served.

The recently formed Event Committee expects to present a variety of activities throughout each year as a method of recognizing the service provided by Vets to the community. 
Organizers hope that by bringing individuals together at such events, a greater understanding of the sacrifices, both great and small, made by these men and women will develop.
For additional information contact Frank Moll, 206-363-5363 or Dwight Stevens, 206-546-2894.


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