Veterans read valentines from students

By | February 16, 2020

Veterans read valentines from students
Veterans read valentines from students
Veteran, like you, if someone to be thankful. for, happy Valentine’s, Day. , Hope your bravery and courage, probably wouldn’t be here today. State Warriors win her best wishes in the future. That’S very nice. , True, hero isn’t measured by the puppy strength, but by the strength of his hurt, love page – and it’s really important to do this because they sometimes they don’t get any. They have a lot of likes cars and those scars met her bus. This, like kind of like a set reminder that just reminding you that, like you, did it and you saved our worlds and if you weren’t there for us, our world Apollo, be in chaos, cutting a lot of effort and thought into he’s.

So I can say cards that makes you feel good inside and they’ll be given the moat could be a tear to. But it’s it’s. It’S all good to know that they’re thought of, and you know it wasn’t in vain and they’re, not forgotten, and then they decorate the room they put them on the windowsill put them on their doors to carry them in their walkers with them in their pockets. Love is a beautiful thing on that list. De rellenos love is nice to bring it back at least a memory to you what happened years ago, because it made it that it made it safer for us to do so.

If we do today, it’s nice to educate the children that there are people out there and why we’re all here, it’s because of the sacrifices that were made.
The Valentines for Vets program delivers students’ handmade cards to veterans. This year, Ridgewood Veterans Wing in Saint John received about 400 cards. “It keeps you going,” said Albert Scott, a Second World War veteran.

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