Black-and-white pictures of military men hung on the walls. Medals, awards, and insignias of distinguished honor covered rooms.
Continuing the 20-year-old tradition of celebrating good moral qualities, community leaders hosted this year’s City of Character Luncheon on Thursday at Pathway Church in Burleson.
Donald Graves, who served in the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II, will be the guest speaker at the the city of Burleson’s annual Military Veteran Tribute.
Many of Burleson’s able and fit young men sailed across the big water to France to fight beside allies of the United States during World War I. Fletcher Wynne is the one I will focus on today.
November 11, 1918, is a significant day in the history of the world.