American Legion holds Vets ceremony
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To our Veterans we say thank you for your service to our country. It was on this day 90 years ago that the war to end all wars, World War I ended. Sadly, we know it was not the war to end all wars. We stopped by The American Legion Post 10 Tuesday to take in the ceremony. The American Legion was founded in 1919 by congress as a Veterans organization for World War I Veterans. Click here to find out what local veterans had to say about the day.

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Another Veteran's Day has passed and the only ones that recognize those who served were veteran's organizations. I have worked for over 40 years and have never worked for an employer who took the trouble to identify any vets who they employed, let alone give them a day off, bought them lunch or even said "thanks". It is a national holiday, especially for most all government offices, including USPS. As usual, the vets worked while most others celebrated. I think that it would be great if every employer would at least attempt to identify any vets in their employ and just say that they appreciate what they did for their country and to help make it possible for the company to exist.