Veteran’s Day this year, just as it is every year, will be November 11th. Grant County Veteran Services Officer Katee Hoffman said it’s a time to honor our living men and women of past and present military service:
“Whether it’s war time or peace time—if you served, you’re a veteran. As long as you do not have a dishonorable discharge—whether you are National Guard; whether you’re a Reserve; whether you’re Army; whether you’re a Marine, you’re a veteran.”
On Monday, veterans will be treated to a free meal at both the Squeeze-in and Outpost restaurants in John Day. Find Hoffman’s full list of veteran’s activities below:
FROM GRANT COUNTY VETERAN SERVICES:
-Thursday, Nov. 7th; Prairie City School, assembly at 9 a.m.
-Thursday, Nov. 7th; Dayville School, Assembly and Luncheon at 11 a.m.
-Friday, Nov. 8th; Quilt’s of Valor Taco Feed 5:30 p.m. at Elk’s Lodge.
-Friday, Nov. 8th; Monument School Veteran Luncheon 11 a.m.
-Monday, Nov. 11th; Prairie City American Legion Auxiliary 6 p.m. at Prairie City School Cafeteria.
-Monday, Nov. 11th; The Squeeze Inn and the Outpost have free meals for Veterans.
-Monday, Nov. 11th; at the 7th Street Complex, Veteran Memorial at 11 a.m. and lunch after at the Elk’s Lodge.
-Monday, Nov. 11th; Grant Union has breakfast for Veterans at 7:30 a.m.
-Tuesday, Nov. 12th; Grant Union has an assembly for Veteran’s Day at 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.