News

Cape Cod Veterans, Inc

The Veteran’s Creed
1 — I am an American Veteran
2 — I proudly served my country
3 — I live the values I learned in the military
4 — I continue to serve my community, my country and my fellow veterans
5 — I maintain my physical and mental discipline
6 — I continue to lead and improve
7 — I make a difference
8 — I honor and remember my fallen comrades
The creed is supported by AMVETS, Disabled American Veterans, HillVets, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, Military Order of the Purple Heart, Paralyzed Veterans of America, Reserve Officers Association, Student Veterans of America, Team Rubicon Global, Veterans of Foreign Wars .
14
CCVI hastily put together two ceremonies on Veterans Day. The first was at Merrill's Park West Dennis, the second was Veterans Park Packet Landing. Wreaths were placed at these sites, Chaplain Watling said the prayers. American Legion Post 197 Commander Yarmouth conducted services at Packets Landing. CCVI & VFW Post 10274 Staff conducted services at Merrill Park. Also present were Amvets Post 333, Korean War Veterans Assn., and Capt. (ret.) Carl Copp from The Maine Corps League who blew taps. Many patriots visited Amvets Post 333/DAV Post 96 Field of Honor at Johnny Kelly Park South Dennis. On Sunday Cape Cod Veterans Inc. held their Annual Veterans Day Concert. A great time was had by all by a filled Concert Room at the Cape Cod Irish Village. Cpl (ret) Vincent Mannion-Brodeur was Special Honoree, Terry O'Donnell sand Dollar Bar was awarded a Special Recognition plaque for his work with our Wounded Heroes.
Posted in: News & Press

Post Rating

Comments

There are currently no comments, be the first to post one!

Post Comment

Only registered users may post comments.