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Veterans Day is tomorrow and we will honor those who served and sacrificed.
We’re taking a look back in our archives at some past celebrations from this special day.

1984

1989
Charles Sweat of Vance
was one of the Vietnam
veterans who marched
in the Veterans Day
parade.

2008
At a Veterans Day observance at Edisto Memorial Gardens
are, from left, WW II and Korean War veteran Billy Hutto, WW II
veteran John Cruise and Vietnam veteran Leroy Brunson.

2011
Vietnam veteran, and Purple Heart and Bronze Star recipient,
Edward Stokes expressed his optimism that there is a growing
appreciation for veterans and their service across all walks of life
and from all ages.

At the Veterans Day ceremonies members of the ladies auxiliaries of
various veterans groups attended. From left, Sallie Thompson, Berlena
Jackson, Nancy Peters, Lella Barr, Elease Baxter, Erzula Williams and
Margaret Henderson.

2000
Julius Richardson (right) reads the inscription to Michael
Gartmen from the newly unveiled Blue Star Monument at the
Edisto Memorial Gardens.

2015
Vietnam veteran Wallace Gleaton, left, and his wife Denolis
were among the community members who participated in the
Veterans Day observance held in Orangeburg.

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