I’m sure as many of you know, today is Veterans Day! For those of you that don’t know what it is, Veterans Day an annual American holiday honoring military veterans. Veterans that may have died at war or veterans that ares still alive today. Today is a day to remember people that have made Club Penguin Armies what they are today. Everything that you see around Club Penguin Armies today was created by someone. Those are the people that we have to remember.
Parade of Veterans Day Wednesday revived memories for the participants and paradegoers who lined the route Rossi Park Monument Park. High school bands played patriotic music, and JROTC units marched in cadence. Dignitaries and honored convertible horse. American Flag waving in the wind viewers. It proved to be a great day for a parade. "We did just before the rain too," said Ken McCoy, parade organizer and chairman of the Council of Manatee County Veterans When the compere Ron Sauers Jr. spoke into the microphone Wednesday morning at Veterans Plaza at City Park Streator, Streator said this year, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1492 ceremony on Veterans Day to be dedicated to "all veterans lady. The dedication of a day that highlighted special guest speaker and retired veteran of Desert Storm, Ben Casey and Jimmie Lansford honored as Veteran of the Year.
The 24 notes of the taps bugle call rang out crisply and confidently along South Main Street on a cold Wednesday morning. Forest Malott, 63, slowly lowered his trumpet as he finished playing, listening as a trombonist started the same phrase a few hundred feet away. "In this small way, it's me paying those guys back," said Malott, a Pinkney, Mich., resident. "Doing my part a little bit."