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Veteran's service planned in Manila

Saturday, November 3, 2012

There will be a Veteran's Day ceremony held at the Herman Davis Monument in Manila at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 11, honoring all area veterans.

Guest speaker will be Veteran Dennis Seyler. Terry Selby will have a display of military memorabilia.

Also J.D. Forsythe of California, formerly of Buffalo Island, will be reading the names of the veterans who passed away in 2012. Ray Dill will give the invocation.

Manila Cub Scoutmaster Mike Warrenfells and the Manila Cubscouts will participate.

The Depot will be open following the ceremony for refreshments. The The Museum will be open for visitors to tour the military display housed there.


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We are born and bred Manila residents. We are so proud to say that our hometown was MANILA during our formative years (1942-65) and we will always be "proud former residents" of this great city.

Over the past few years, We have watched the Mayor and city Council do great things in the city, ranging from city clean-up of "eye-sore" properties to construction of much needed youth activity centers such as the " swimming pool" project.

Equally and pehaps more importantly, We have watched the city of Manila continually honor the veterans that have served, fought and in some cases, given their life for the freedom that we all continue to enjoy.

From city management to individuals such as Donna Jackson, folks that give their all to the continued development of the city as well as the remembrance events that honor our Military Veterans, We say "Thank you" for your service and diligance in making Mania, AR "A Place apart", a place that makes both its present and former residents proud to say "this is out Hometown"

WELL DONE, ALL

John and Pat Ellis,

Veterans

-- Posted by patriellis on Thu, Nov 8, 2012, at 7:56 PM


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