We owe an incredible debt to the brave men and women who fight for the freedoms we enjoy everyday here in this country. The San Diego Veterans Museum and Memorial Center believes that only honoring them one day a year simply isn't enough. Instead, every third Saturday of the month in San Diego, the center holds a memorial service to honor vets from current and past wars, including those that were not honored in the previous month's service.
The next service will be held at the Veterans Memorial Center in Balboa Park (2115 Park Blvd, San Diego) this Saturday, November 19th from 12:30pm to 2pm. The service will be take place in the Main Chapel of the center and will include the reading of names, a 21-gun salute and the playing of Taps. This service is always free and open to the public. Full military burials are provided by Dignity Memorial and Glen Abbey Mortuary for all indigent Vets. For more info, please contact the Veterans Memorial Center's information desk at 619-239-2300.
Military service members do so much for us and ask nothing in return. This memorial service in San Diego is a nice way to show your appreciation for all that these amazing men and women have selflessly sacrificed their lives for us, the American people. If you can, please find a way to come to a service. If you can't do it this month, there will be another one on December 17, 2011 at the same time.
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