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Juno Beach D Day Plus 65

Friday, June 5, 2009
  • Subject: Juno Beach D Day Plus 65
  • As many of you likely know this Saturday marks the 65th anniversary of the invasion of Normandy by the Allied forces, and more specifically the Canadian assault on Juno beach. As Canadians I think it is important to stop and reflect at times like these so that we can remember that the freedoms we enjoy today are those that were fought for by our, now aging, veterans. Whether you have a direct connection to the military, through family or friends, please take the 3 minutes to watch this video, share it with those you know will care and most importantly try to help the young people in your lives to better understand the sacrifices that were made for us and for them.

    We have a lot of things to be proud of as Canadians and our landing on Juno Beach is one of them.

    The Legion is a great place to connect with veterans; especially this Saturday as most if not all Legions will have some ceremonies or lunch planned. So buy a Canadian flag for your car window at the local dollar store, attend a parade, share this message and be proud of your heritage.

    http://www.remembernovember11th.com/juno-beach/

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