Maybe you've seen a few green lights around East Texas this week. At work, on the front porch, and on college campuses, people are replacing white lights with green bulbs to show support for veterans. And it's easy to become part of the movement.
Nov. 11 is Veterans Day and as part of the Joining Forces initiative, First Lady Michelle Obama will host a screening of a military-themed episode of Disney Channel's "Doc McStuffins" for families of veterans at the White House.
As Veterans Day approaches, we will all have those that are serving or have served our country on our minds. This Sunday, Nov. 11, will be a day of not just remembrance. This day will be our chance to give our thanks to those who have protected us.
For the past 30 years Longview ISD has honored veterans and active military members with a special ceremony and the tradition will continue Saturday evening with a special event at Lobo Stadium. The event will feature marching band along with a fireworks show.
Veterans Day falls on Sunday, November 11 this year. While we should be honoring military and veterans all year round, this is a special day set aside to remember those who have fought for our freedom. What they do is not an easy job, and in reality there is truly know 'thank-you' big enough. But on…