‘Our Hearts Are Filled With Respect And Gratitude For Our Veterans’

'On this national holiday, our hearts are filed with respect and gratitude for the veterans of the United States of America,' said James Laskey, keynote speaker at Wednesday's Veterans Day ceremony held inside Quincy High School due to inclement weather. "Veterans day is a day of national remembrance - a special occasion to honor all the men and women, living and dead, who took up arms in defense of this wonderful country." Laskey is a past national commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps League. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

‘On this national holiday, our hearts are filled with respect and gratitude for the veterans of the United States of America,’ said James Laskey, keynote speaker at Wednesday’s Veterans Day ceremony held inside Quincy High School due to inclement weather. “Veterans Day is a day of national remembrance – a special occasion to honor all the men and women, living and dead, who took up arms in defense of this wonderful country.” Laskey is a past national commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps League. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

Local veterans salute while others stand during the singing of the National Anthem at Wednesday's Veterans Day ceremony at Quincy High School. More than 300 people attended the ceremony that was held indoors due to inclement weather. The annual Veterans Day parade was cancelled because of the weather - the first time in 25 years. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

Local veterans salute during the singing of the National Anthem at Wednesday’s Veterans Day ceremony at Quincy High School. More than 300 people attended the ceremony that was held indoors due to inclement weather. The annual Veterans Day parade was cancelled because of the weather – the first time in 25 years. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

Moe Morad sings the National Anthem at Wednesday's Veterans Day ceremony at Quincy High School. Also shown here are Larry Norton, master of ceremonies; George Nicholson, director, Quincy Veterans Services, Mayor Thomas Koch, Council President Joseph Finn and Councillor-elect Noel DiBona. In the background are state Sen. John Keenan, state Rep. Bruce Ayers and Norfolk County Register of Probate Patrick McDermott. More coverage in the Nov. 19th issue of The Quincy Sun. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

Moe Morad sings the National Anthem at Wednesday’s Veterans Day ceremony at Quincy High School. Also shown here are (from left) Larry Norton, master of ceremonies; George Nicholson, director, Quincy Veterans Services; Mayor Thomas Koch, Council President Joseph Finn and Councillor-elect Noel DiBona. In the background are state Sen. John Keenan, state Rep. Bruce Ayers and Norfolk County Register of Probate Patrick McDermott. More coverage in the Nov. 19th issue of The Quincy Sun. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

 

 

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