Job well done |

Job well done

I’m a Korean War veteran and a life member of the VFW and American Legion posts in Lower Burrell. The local Veterans Day activities — and the beautiful weather — showed everyone who attended what this country is all about (“Ceremonies honor veterans,” Nov. 12).

From the morning ceremonies and parade to the afternoon ceremonies at the VFW, it was a beautiful sight to see the huge crowds in attendance. The participation of the color guard, the speakers and the Burrell High School band and cheerleaders gave the veterans their day. The luncheon presented afterward by the VFW Auxiliary was appreciated by the veterans.

Many thanks to the veterans and the other people who organized the Veterans Day activities, which no doubt took a lot of planning and hard work. I say: “A job well done.”

Ray Uric Sr.

New Kensington

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