Veterans Day honors veterans’ hard work, time

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What is Veterans Day? Well, Veterans Day is to honor all the men and women that served in the war. These veterans have seen things that nobody should have to see or let alone even experience.

Many people have all sorts of family members that serve. I have three members in my family that serve ó my aunt, my uncle and my cousin. I miss them so much, and I donít see them very much, but I know they stay safe.

Veterans Day to me isw to let those veterans know that we appreciate all the hard work and time they put in to keep our country free and safe. So, thank you veterans.

PAYTON POLHEMUS

Sandpoint

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