Roswell Rotary Club’s Honor Air Program to Escort 60 Vets to WWII Memorial in Washington DC

Jan 29, 2014

On May 29, 2004 President Bush dedicated the WWII Memorial to honor the "Greatest Generation".   However, many of the men and women who fought and sacrificed for our country have not had the opportunity or the financial ability to visit their own Memorial.  Through their program, Honor Air, The Roswell Rotary Club is proud to announce that they will be escorting approximately sixty World War II veterans to Washington, D.C. on April 2, 2014. It is their intention to honor as many of these “ordinary people who saved the world” as possible by providing them a completely free day trip to visit their Memorial”.

The youngest World War II veteran is now an octogenarian and most are in their nineties. These heroes are passing away at the rate of 1,000 per day so time is of the essence! Listen as Sue Sharp, CEO and Owner of Mobility Scooters and More, describes this life changing event. Her stories will move you to be active in honoring these Hero's. 

For more information, visit The Roswell Rotary Club web site  or call Sue at 404-314-6279.

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