Tahlequah Daily Press

Letters to editor

December 18, 2013

Thanks for banquet coverage

TAHLEQUAH — Editor, Daily Press:

We want to express our appreciation to the Daily Press for doing a good job in covering our Annual Veterans Appreciation Banquet at the Cherokee Nation Community Room on Nov. 9, 2013.

We also appreciate the support from the local community in giving financially, door prizes and those who helped in many ways to honor our veterans. It was a success!

We say “Thanks” to all the veterans who attended the banquet (and to those who were unable to attend), The banquet is just a small way to honor those who served our country in the past, present and future.

Veterans, please know your military service to protect and preserve our freedom is not forgotten.

Sheila Ratliff, Alex Borowski and Cindy Myhre

The Veterans Appreciation Banquet Committee


 

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