What Holiday Did Veterans Day Replace

Dated: 11/10/2014

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Somers & Veterans Day
What holiday did Veterans Day replace?
 It replaced Armistice Day in 1954
"A public holiday held on the anniversary of the end of World War I (November 11) to honor US veterans and victims of all wars"
Come and celebrate Veterans Day by watching the Veterans Day Parade in Somers!
We Honor all of our of Veterans and Want to Thank all of our Military Past & Present that have Served our Country. Thank you from the bottom of our Hearts!

This Photo was taken by a Local Marine and in His Words he says..."I took this picture on my way out of Afghanistan at a main base. It was at a memorial for all the Marines that were killed in action under that command. Among these dog tags pictured are the 15 Marines and Sailors killed in action from my battalion, 2nd Battalion 9th Marines, including a few of my friends"
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Joan Mancini

I have been a Realtor since 1998 and am now managing our independent, family owned office in the heart of Somers. Married with five children and two grandchildren, I have been involved in Real Estate ....

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