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2015 New Meeting Venue and New Meeting Day

Beginning in January 2015
the Lee Republican Women's
Club will be meeting at a new place and on a new day.

We are moving to:
FIRST TUESDAY OF MONTH
at
RUM RUNNER'S 
CAPE CORAL


 D-Day—Never Forget!

 
I recently received an email regarding an 11 year old boy and his father who traveled to Normandy in June of 2014 to observe the 70th anniversary of D-Day.

  During the week of the anniversary, the young boy stood vigil at American graves for four days, and taught hundreds of visitors about the three American paratroopers buried there and what he imagined they went through. He wore a replica of the uniform of the 3rd Battalion 506th PIR 101st Airborne Division.

 On June 6th, 2014 he wanted to say thank you to the soldiers who fought and died on Omaha Beach on D-Day 70 years earlier. The local police would not allow him in the cemetery, so he made his way to the beach. He planted a 48 star WWII era flag in the sand, and he faced the water. As he stood looking over the English Channel he saw a vision of the spirits of our infantry soldiers heading for the shore on that D-Day morning. He was so moved, he raised his right hand to salute.

 People on the beach began to notice him. Many began to take pictures, and the TV news arrived. He held the flag and his salute for an hour and a half, never becoming distracted by all that was going on around him. You can see the story and video of this remarkable young man at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8k9Si28k0Fk

  
On June 6th, lets take a moment to remember this young man and his tribute to our fallen soldiers who fought on Omaha Beach. And also remember all of our military who have fought and continue to fight to give us our freedom.  

In your service,  

Joyce  
FROM OUR PRESIDENT JOYCE EASTON