Thursday, November 13, 2014
Seymour honors veterans at candlelight vigil
By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
SEYMOUR >> The community gathered at Broad Street Park Tuesday, amidst a soft amber glow, for the town’s 30th annual Veterans Day candlelight vigil.
A total of 111 luminary bags lined the park’s sidewalks, as people came out on a mild November evening to honor the men and women of the military who make it possible for all in America to enjoy freedom.
The 111 bags, explained VFW Post 12084 Commander Al Yagovane, an Army veteran, cast much more than soft light during the 45-minute ceremony.
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