Luke Chronowski, left, gives a hand-made thank you note to World War II veteran Wayne Coleman at the conclusion of the Veterans Day ceremonies on …
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Luke Chronowski, left, gives a hand-made thank you note to World
War II veteran Wayne Coleman at the conclusion of the Veterans Day
ceremonies on Nov. 11 at the Littleton World War II Memorial. The
ceremony is an annual event and this year is special because it
marks the 10th anniversary of completion of the Littleton memorial.
The drive to create the memorial began in 1995 and it took five
years to gather the donations and build it. Coleman, one of only
two surviving members of the committee that spearheaded the effort
to build the memorial, joined between 150 and 200 people who braved
the biting wind and chilly temperatures to attend the Nov. 11
ceremonies honoring all veterans for their service to our
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