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The Signs

by Bobby Blair
May 17, 2009

The Signs

A little rain didn't dampen the mission Sunday morning as American Legion members Tom Blair and Walter McGrath hang posters neardowntown...

 

A little rain didn't dampen the mission Sunday morning as American Legion members Tom Blair and Walter McGrath hang posters near downtown...

Work putting up the signs began Sunday morning at 7 a.m.


 

 Ellen Austin and Roger Gandini (Gandini donates the poster board)

Legion Commander Steve Napolitano is assisted by 7th grader John Aldrich, a student at the Ben Franklin Charter School in Franklin.

 

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Comments (3)

Michael Bhatia. Eagle Scout from Medway, Brown grad, Marshall Scholar at Oxford. A casualty of his work in Afghanistan. Hope he has a sign as a member of the Pentagon's Human Terrain Program. And that his sign is posted on a pole close to the Medway line. http://www.bostonmagazine.com/articles/the_theory_and_practice_of_war/

- Loretta Heuer | 5/21/09 7:59 PM

A well done, comrades, I believe we are the only town in the country who has consistently honored our fallen troops in this manner. God bless all that now serve and God bless their families. Snowy

- George Snow | 5/17/09 3:17 PM

Thank you Bobby for your continuing commitment to honor those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice. Let us pray for that the day when there will be no new names.

- David Tobin | 5/17/09 11:48 AM

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