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Veterans Day

Honoring Veterans

Two days have been set aside to honor the memory of those who have served America in the armed forces:

The resources below are a good way to learn about our nation's armed conflicts and honor the memory of those who served to protect our nation.

Women Veterans

America's first woman warrior: the courage of Deborah Sampson by Lucy Freeman and Alma Halbert Bond — The biography of the only woman soldier to fight in the Revolutionary War.

Canton Salutes all Service Personnel

A Salute to Service will be held on Veterans Day, Thursday November 11th at the Village Theatre. Active military personnel and veterans will be honored for their dedicated service. Doors open at 6:00PM for an exhibition of military memorabilia prior to a formal stage presentation at 7:00PM. Active duty military and veterans can also enjoy a free meal Thursday at Applebee's or Famous Dave's. Thanks for serving our country.

Honoring Those Who Served

November 11 is our nationwide observance of Veterans Day, originally called Armistice Day, to honor our U.S. veterans for their patriotism, love of country, military service, and sacrifice for the common good.

In addition to thanking all of the veterans you know, join the community at the Village Theater at Cherry Hill, which will host a Salute to Service for all area veterans, their families, and supporters this evening at 7:00; doors open at 6:00. This event is sponsored by the Canton Veterans Memorial Association and Canton Township, and is free and open to the public. The Michigan Military Moms will also be on-site collecting items for service men and women who are currently serving our country overseas.