L-N Veteran's Day programs honors those who served


November 16, 2023

Lawrence-Nelson High School senior; Nathan Elledge explains his Artwork at the Veterans' Day Program at the Lawrence-Nelson school Friday. He said: "I created the Air Force plaque using wood, spray paint, and acrylic paint. I used the cravy Machine in the shop to carve the Air Force emblem. After today, it will be sent to a current member of the Air Force." All of the senior class contributed to the program honoring military veterans. Photo courtesy of Kylee Haba.

The end of World War One officially came on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918. Within several years after that countries started using that date to honor those who died in that war. The day came to be called "Armistice Day."

In 1947, after World War Two, various observances to honor the military service men who died in all war started calling the day "Veterans Day."

Today, 105 years later, Veteran's Day still give honor and recognition to those who died. It is also used as a means to recognize all who served America by their service. The final piece for the day is that th...

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