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"Wreaths   Across   America"    is   in   full   swing   to   make   sure   that   each   and   every   veteran   who   has passed   away,   from   all   wars   and   engagements   in   our   county's   history,   has   a   wreath   placed   at   his/her grave this coming Christmas at all National Cemeteries across our entire country. Please   be   generous   this   year   to   assure   that   no   grave   is   without   a   wreath.   The   amount   asked   for   is very   small   compared   to   the   sacrifices   our   deceased   brave   veterans   gave   on   behalf   of   our   country and    freedoms.    The    sooner    your    contribution    is    received    the    sooner    we    will    be    able    to purchase/confirm that no deceased veteran is without a wreath.
Some Particulars About the Pilgrims Why was the Mayflower called a “sweet ship”?  How did Squanto learn English?  Who was Oceanus? Did the Pilgrims really wear black? Thursday’s  program will be brought to you by our President Ron Birchall’s wife, Nancy.  When their son, Andy, was 8 (he is now 43) she began a life-long interest in the real and fascinating history of this small band of Separatists from Scrooby, England. With a focus on “the rest of the story” she will relate some of her insights to give us a new perspective on this tiny group of adventurers who played a large part in the founding of our country. As usual, rese rvations ar e requir ed, so please m ak e them with menu selecti ons throug h H ap Thompson, (904)287-95 96 or hapithom@aol.com  NLT cob Monday, November 13th
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Military Officers

Association of America

Ancient City Chapter, St. Augustine, FL

The Military Officers Association of America

(MOAA), is a dynamic organization of active,

retired, and former officers of the uniformed


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