Here are some pictures from Memorial Day-
The man in the wheel-chair is Mr. Richard Manning, a veteran of WWII. In this picture, Mr. Manning is explaining to us what his medals signify; the second one from the left is a Purple Heart.
I do not remember this gentleman's name, but he is also a WWII vet. Meeting him and Mr. Manning has given me a greater appreciation for what our veterans have done; they were simply ordinary men, who chose to take a stand and to fight for the right. These men, along with all of our troops today, are heroes; they deserve our respect and honor.
Standing next to this tank gave me more respect than ever for our troops. War is no game; it's real and awful. And yet, throughout our country's history, the American soldier has chosen to put his own life in danger, so that his fellow countrymen could live in peace and freedom. That, folks, is sacrifice.
Here I am, shooting (or rather, attempting to shoot) clay pigeons. I never did hit any!
Aaron Nyitrai, showing us how it is done. He used to shoot clays at competitions, so he rarely misses!