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I’ve often attended “Wreaths Across America” at Arlington National Cemetery. It’s just nice to see good people helping out. I wish that was on the TV news instead of who killed who. With 70 degree weather expected in mid-December versus … Continue reading
It has become one of my favorite traditions in Washington — laying of Christmas wreaths at Arlington National Cemetery. Some 200,000 wreaths will arrive at ANC on Saturday as the gates open at 8 a.m. At 9:30 a.m. is … Continue reading
I wish every day was like today at Arlington National Cemetery. There were 20,000 volunteers putting wreaths on 110,000 graves. That’s staggering. People stood in lines 200 long waiting for wreaths to come from different trucks. Scout troops came. Church … Continue reading