Tomorrow ‘Veterans Day’ 11-11-05

Hold a Vigil in Support of Veterans on This Veterans Day

Support ‘Active Military’ and ‘Veterans’, Not In A Parade, But In A ‘CandleLite’ Vigil In Your HomeTown and Theirs!!

BRING THEM HOME, NOW! And Take Care Of Them When They Get Here!!

One is Already Organized for Charlotte NC, use the Idea’s Below, and I will add a few.
For Your Vigil, even if only one or two people form the Vigil ‘Others Will Join You’!

Charlotte Vigil Information:

When: Friday, November 11, 5 – 6:30PM

What: Vigil – with signs and banners – We will line the corners of Trade and Tryon, in the center of Charlotte NC, to connect with commuters and pedestrians leaving work on Veterans Day. Candle lighting at sunset (Approximately 6:15PM)

Where: Corner of Trade and Tryon, at the “Future” statue of Mother and Baby

Why: To honor all those who have served our country through the military – Veterans and current military personnel

Theme: Support the Troops – Bring them Home Now, And Take Care of them When They Get Here

Don’t Let Veterans Pay the Price for War

Banner/Sign Ideas:

Love the Troops – Hate the War

Support the Troops – Bring them Home Alive

Don’t Cut Veteran’s Benefits Support Veteran’s Benefits

Don’t Let Vets Pay the Price for War Fund the Vets – Not the War

Real Support = Better Benefits Support Them Once Their Home

Fund Disablility Benefits for Vets

Bring: Signs, Banners, Candles with Cups to protect them from wind; Lighters Statements/Songs/Poems to share during candle-lit “circle” portion of vigil.

For Those In The Charlotte Area Please Attend

Here Is A Flyer You Can Download And Pass Out, from Operation Truth

Download Our Flier
Help your friends and neighbors REALLY Support the Troops!
Operation Truth volunteers across the country have taken the time to pass out our fliers in their community. Each flier explains some of the most pressing issues facing Troops and Veterans, and suggests concrete ways to show your support.

Download Here
Check back regularly for new fliers!

These Are Bumper Stickers, But Would Make Great-Quick Posters with a Strong Message:

Just Click On Banners!

James Starowicz
USN ’67-’71 GMG3 Vietnam In-Country ’70-’71 COMNAVFORV
Member: Veterans For Peace

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