President Abraham Lincoln, in his second
inaugural address, in 1865 towards the end
of the American Civil War, famously called
for good treatment of veterans: "to care for
him who shall have borne the battle, and for
his widow, and his orphan". We cannot
overlook the contribution of women who have
served in the military for over 200 years.
Since our country’s participation in the
Gulf Wars they make up close to 12 percent
of the personnel.
Over the years many have paid the ultimate
sacrifice in performing their duty for our
country leaving behind family and friends to
deal with a hollow life without them. Others
have come back in need of help. One
survives the ordeals of this kind of life by
the love and friendship
of their family and friends.
the time this Tuesday, 11 Nov 14, to pay
your respects to all those that have served,
both living and dead. It is not just another
David Masyln and Jason Richer
for teaching our
Hunter Safety Courses
2015 Town of Kendall
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Free Lunch for our Veterans
November 12, 2014 at 12:00pm
Kendall Town Hall.
Please call 589.7817 by 9:00 am on 11/12/14
to let us know you are coming.
Thank you for your Service!