Plaistow remembers Korean War
Major said that 150 members of the New Hampshire National Guard are still serving in Iraq, and that since Sept. 11, 2001, nearly two million Americans have volunteered to serve their country in uniform.
He urged those who attended the ceremony at Plaistow Town Hall to celebrate Veterans Day with their families and to never forget those who served because they believed in the ultimate goodness of the United States.
“We will never let their deeds and heroism be forgotten, even 60 years after the cease fire,” said Meaney.In addition to the speakers, the ceremony also included the presentation of flags and the pledge of allegiance by Cub Scout troop 114 and a memorial for all those veterans from Plaistow who died over the past firstname.lastname@example.org
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