Heroes Homecoming 2011 Recap Presentation
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While honoring the agricultural history of their community in this annual celebration, the Eastover Civic Club will honor veterans with a special emphasis on the heroes who served in WWII. There will be WWII-themed exhibits, food, and vendors as well as musical entertainment.
Downtown Fayetteville will go back in time, to 1940’s with local businesses offering specials, exhibits and other fun activities related to WWII and Heroes Homecoming IV for the October Art Crawl. School walls will be displayed throughout businesses.
The Spring Lake Recreation and Parks Department will host a special WWII Memorial Remembrance Event, starting at Veteran’s Memorial Park. Immediately following the ceremony, there will be a candlelit walk in honor of all veterans who served in WWII from Veteran’s Memorial Park. The walk will end at the Community Recreation Center where light refreshments will be served and WWII exhibits and music will be featured.
A Candlelight vigil will be formed at the Arts Council and walk down to the NC Veterans Park. There will be speakers and music to help honor WWII veterans and their contribution to our country.
The annual Fayetteville Veterans Day Parade will honor the Greatest Generation with floats and signs and music of the era.
Mayor to make a proclamation after the Veterans Day Parade, saluting all WWII veterans.
Enjoy an informative and entertaining discussion and book signing with World War II veteran and esteemed author. Hosted at ASOM, this event will start at 3pm after the Downtown Fayetteville Veterans Day parade.
FireAntz are holding their annual Veteran Appreciation Night, focusing specifically on honoring our WWII vets. Discounts will be given on tickets for this game for veterans. More information to come.