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VETERAN'S DAY EXHIBIT



 Uncle George Lee served in WWII.  He received a Purple Heart for serving his country.  Fellow veterans named the George Lee American Legion in honor of him.






The Hayesville, NC Centennial Display has featured an exhibit on veterans.  I thank Ms. Sandy Zimmerman, chairperson of the Centennial Committee, for allowing me to photograph this display.  This historical exhibit is open on Friday and Saturday, 9:00AM-4:00PM on the Hayesville Townsquare.

Comments

Daisy said…
Wonderful tribute to the veterans, Brenda.
lil red hen said…
Such a nice tribute to those who deserve all honors they receive.
Thanks for this post, Brenda. It is a tribute to the veterans in every sense of the word as well as a tribute to Clay County.







Susie Swanson said…
I love this beautiful tribute Brenda. Many thanks to your uncle and all that have served or serving. We could never thank them enough. I hope you and your mother have been enjoying this beautiful Fall.
Magnolia Tea said…
I've always been a patriotic soul and love to see veterans receive their due. This is so fitting for their service. Have a wonderful week.
I am so glad your area honors veterans. They deserve our thanks and honor. Thank you for sharing this!
Betsy Adams said…
That was a very nice tribute to the veterans. We don't ever need to forget what they did for our country and us.

Hugs,
Betsy
Connie Arnold said…
That is very special! Thank you for sharing it, Brenda. Appreciate so much your uncle and others like him.
Rana Williams said…
Hi Brenda,

Great tribute, thank you sharing the photos.

Rana
Janet said…
Very nice, Brenda. I love Veterans Day, we have had many veterans in my family - from the very beginning of our country on down. They deserve the honor.
I hope all our veterans have a blessed Veteran's Day. They have sacrificed a lot for our freedom and deserve to be honored.
What a wonderful trubute to all who have served so well!

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