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Memorial Day Tribute

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Moose, May 28, 2001.

  1. Moose

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    To those who know and those who don't Monday May 28 at 3:00pm PLEASE stop anything you are doing and observe a moment of silince for Our POW/MIA soldiers. This is a National event that we are trying to spread through the Rolling Thunder movement. Thanks guys/gals.
     
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    I'll be sure to do that while I'm out wheeling. Please remember all the others who served their country, too.

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    set my alarm... would be glad to.

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    Will do that......Please remember those who gave there lifes, So we can enjoy ours.

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    I was wondering.... is that 3pm in your time zone when it comes up... or, say like 3pm on the east coast then 12pm on the west coast... so that way it's a moment of silence across the US at the same time? Or just a moment whenever 3pm hits in your area?

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    Most definatley(sp?) Helped my father put up the red,white,and blue flag today...I will also drink alot of beer and eat alot of food,for the soldiers that gave their lives..


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    First Jarheadk5 amen Brother I am also a Marine Vet. ChevyCaGal it is at 3pm eastcoast to try and have a Silence across America. But please pass this on even if people only remember there own time Just Remember.
     
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    what would 3pm east coast time be in central time? Thank you to all the soldiers who have served in order to be able to enjoy the country we have today.



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    2 pm yer time Lara...1pm mountain time, and noon pacific.

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    2pm central time
     
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    My kid's elementary school is participating in a Memorial Day Parade. After the parade there is going to be a memorial service at the Civil War Cemetary. After the service the kid's will be placing flower's on the graves of the soldier's. I think it is really cool to get the kid's involved at this age.

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    To all that have served or are serving our great country.

    THANK YOU!

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    It's nice to see folks who trully appreciate what those before us have given.

    You all have a Great Memorial Day!

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    As I mentioned before our town had a parade. I was expecting your traditional parade. But it was way better. I guess living in a historic town has it's advantages. I took a lot of pictures and hope to get them posted in a few days. It was incredible. The parade lasted an hour and then there was a ceremony at the Gettysburg National Cemetary for the veterans. There were nearly 300 kid's involved with placing flowers on the graves of the soldiers. It brought tears to my eyes to watch and brings goose bumps to my arms just thinking about it. But once again thanks to all that are serving and have served.

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