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Food and Toy Run to benefit the Upper Skagit Christmas Basket Program will be Saturday October 8 this year.

New toys for all ages and non-perishable food is being collected at Skagit Harley in Burlington ahead of time or you can bring to the ride.

Stage at Skagit Harley, leaving for the Howard Miller Steelhead Park in Rockport at 11am. Skagit Harley is at 1337 Goldenrod Rd, Burlington.

We will have lunch and raffle drawing in Rockport.

Sponsored by local motorcyclists, EVERYONE is welcome!

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Looking for an folks that already have ‘feet on the ground’ to help with the devastation now in Japan?
I suggest World Vision to be worthy of a recommendation, these are folks that put the money you give into the project you designate.

To give to the World Vision effort in Japan click the link below.

World Vision: Japan Quake and Tsunami Relief.

New Calendar Page

I’ve added a calendar of events page to this blog. I will plug in events that I think of interest to all.

Veterans Day

Tomorrow is Veterans Day, celebrated to honor all Veterans.

History – At the 11th hour of the the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918 the Armistice between the Allies and Germany ended hostilities for The Great War (WW I.)

One year later (1919,) President Wilson proclaimed the first Armistice Day with the words

To us in America, the reflections of armistice Day will be filled with solemn pride in the heroism of those who died in the country’s service and with gratitude for the victory, both because of the thing from which it has freed us and because of the opportunity it has given America to show her sympathy with peace and justice in the councils of the nations

In 1954 Armistice Day was officially changed to Veterans Day to better signify that not just the Veterans of The Great War but Veterans of all wars should be honored on November 11th.

Who are the Veterans? There have been millions of Americans who have or are serving their country’s armed forces. Veterans are everywhere. The Veteran doesn’t always stand out because in time of peace or at home he is just like you. The Veteran might be 18 or 80, male or female, fit or feeble. The Veteran might be the co-worker next to you, the person greeting you at Church, selling you a quart of oil at the hardware store or having a cup of coffee next to you at Starbucks. The Veteran is an ordinary person, doing an extraordinary job when called to do so.

What can you do for Veterans Day? If you can, take part in a formal observance of Veterans Day. Here in Anacortes, we have a service orchestrated by the Boy Scouts and American Legion at Causland Memorial Park each year at 11am. If you can not participate in a formal ceremony, take a moment at 11am and reflect on all those serving and those who have served their country. Look around your community, Say Thank You to those who have made it possible for you to go about your everyday life.

Veterans Day Dinner – Anacortes

There will be a Veterans Day community dinner held at the Eagles Hall in Anacortes, starts at 6pm. The dinner is sponsored by the American Legion. The Eagles Hall is located at the corner of 7th and Q. All are welcome.

Veterans Day – Anacortes

Veterans Day, 11/11 at 11:00

There will be a ceremony held at Causland Memorial Park in Anacortes.

Come show your support for Veterans Past Present and Future!

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