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Local Girl Scouts take a trip to greet servicemen after Honor Flight



An approaching Veterans’ Day recently inspired the appreciation of local Juliette Girl Scouts.

Juliettes are registered members of the Girl Scouts who, because of their involvement in other activities, are not in traditional troops. They usually participate scout activities under their parents o...

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  1. This is wonderful. I have have a friend that has since died, he was a World War Two veteran. He was involved with an honor flight. It meant a great deal to him and the entire event was so thoughtfully managed. A great organization. I too was a Girl Scout leader and would have jumped at the chance to have the girls be able to participate in welcoming home veterans that had just experienced this emotional journey.

  2. What a great idea. Thank you, Katina. I rode as an escort officer on one of those flights to the WW II Memorial and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. We owe so much to our heroes, past and present. And to our police officers, firemen and emergency personnel as well.

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