Buffalo Braves Cold to Honor Veterans

Buffalo Braves Cold to Honor Veterans

Hundreds of Buffalo residents did not let the cold keep them from honoring those that served in the nation's military during Veterans Day ceremonies Monday morning.

As usual, services were held at the Veteran's Memorial on the corner of Fort and Main Streets beginning at 11am, with veterans, school children and grateful residents participating.

This year's address was given by retired Major General Luke Reiner, who was the most recent Adjutant General for the Wyoming Army and Air National Guard, who served 37 years before retiring.

Reiner spoke about honoring and celebrating veterans and their selfless service and sacrifice.
He said more than 21 million veterans have served in the armed forces since World War One, and the generations of those patriots willing to serve are what have made America exceptional.

He spoke about what he believes Veterans Day is about.

After the services, American Legion Post #13 hosted a luncheon and open house for all veterans and the community.

For pictures from the Veterans Day services, please scroll down the page.

Buffalo Braves Cold to Honor Veterans
Buffalo Braves Cold to Honor Veterans
Buffalo Braves Cold to Honor Veterans
Buffalo Braves Cold to Honor Veterans
Buffalo Braves Cold to Honor Veterans
SheridanWyoming.com

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