Fighting a New Battle

Tomorrow is Veterans Day, a day to remember and thank the men and women who set aside their own wants and needs to defend others and fight for a free world. From the Greatest Generation to today’s young veterans just returning from the harsh deserts of the Middle East, we […]

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Veteran’s Day Memorial Service

Hot chocolate and coffee were in high demand today at the Veteran’s Day Service where hundreds gathered outside the Indiana War Memorial. The Salvation Army’s Doughnut Girls were serving the warm drinks as fast as the volunteers on the canteen could brew them.  Frigid wind didn’t prevent Hoosiers from coming […]

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Warm Temps A Bonus For Veteran’s Day Service

Short sleeves and sunglasses – not the usual attire for Veteran’s Day. It was for Veteran’s Day 2010 and the warm weather drew hundreds to the north steps of the War Memorial for a tribute to veterans from all branches of our military. Indiana’s Divisional Commander, Major Richard Amick opened […]

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The Salvation Army Sends Prayers and Packages

Flags were proudly displayed throughout the country today at half-staff, honoring America’s 23.2 million veterans (US Census Bureau 2008). The Salvation Army joined the Veteran’s Day celebrations at a remembrance ceremony in downtown Indy followed by a parade and by preparing Christmas Care Packages for military personnel serving overseas. Major […]

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