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Charlie Dyac, fourth grade, sings the National Anthem for those in attendance.
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by Doug Robinson “Veteran’s Day is for all Veterans” spoke the fourth grader in front of his 500 classmates. “It is a day to say thank you from the bottom of my heart for your courage, time, and services.” The annual
Assembly at Griffin Memorial School was a “teaching event” commented Carol Mace, Assistant Principal and it are a day to honor the highest of callings.” More than 60
veterans attended the event. Together, with
the students, they recited the Pledge of Allegiance, and some sang the National Anthem. Students from the fourth grade addressed the students and
veterans by first thanking the veterans for their service. “Today is a teaching day to understand a little more.” Today celebrates the armed forces: Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard, and National Guard.” Today, we say “thank you to those who defend and protect us. You are loyal, without thinking of danger to them. We are very great full for all our heroes.” Children taught the fellow students that Veterans Day was first
Students at GMS Honor Veterans
Veteran Roland Tebage sits with Regan and while veteran Jim Dunphy enjoys his time with Liz
known as Armistice Day. In 1926, the US Government decided to celebrate the end of World War I on November 11 as World War I ended on the 11th month, on the 11th day, at the 11th hour. In 1938, our Federal Government changed Armistice Day to become a Federal Holiday. In 1954, Armistice Day was once again changed to its present name, Veterans Day, a day for all wars. The walls of the gym had been decorated with hand colored
drawings of those words that make America great: character, patriotism, respect, truth, diversity, unity, and honor. Children joined voices and sang “America the Beautiful,”
“Yankee Doodle,” “America,” “You’re a Grand Old Flag” and “When Johnny Comes Marching Home.” Upon completion, those children who had a veteran in attendance were given a special acknowledgement.
Hudson’s VFW Honors Ken Massey
by Doug Robinson The Hudson VFW Post 5791 recently honored past Hudson Selectman Ken Massey for his dedication and contributions to our veterans. The award ceremony was held in conjunction with their annual Veterans Day Ceremony at the VFW Hall.
Guest Speaker, Army Lieutenant Colonel Macaraeg, spoke with passion about his “calling” to join the military. On Veterans Day we recognize all who have served. We are the link that passes on the tradition of America. We serve our civilian masters and the Constitution of America.” Massey was specifically recognized for his contributions as a Selectman for the 9/11 ceremonies that have been annually held in Hudson.
Photo, top right: Past Selectman Ken Massey accepts his Recognition Plaque with members of the VFW looking
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