Flagpole re-dedication ceremony, open house held at Redwood Vet Center
EUREKA- A moment of silence was held for those lost in the September 11th attacks Thursday at Eureka’s Redwood Vet Center.
Veterans and community members gathered for a re-dedication of the Vet Center flagpole in tribute of the National Day of Service and Remembrance. During the ceremony vets center members honored those lost and families affected by the events, along with those currently serving in our country’s military. Special recognition was also given to Eureka soldier Christopher Mulalley, one of the most recent servicemen lost in the name of freedom.
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