Honoring those who served, on Veterans Day

From left, Legionnaires Bob Jenks, Thomas Dahoney, Erik Bree, Bruce Flint and Sean Klay gathered in front of the memorial in Veterans’ Park. Photo by Carol Kneeland

MILLERTON — With gentle breezes furling the Stars and Stripes lining Millerton’s Main Street, World War I’s hundred-year-old peace was recognized as history’s best-known time of cease fire — the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. Under chilly blue skies with white clouds, some 50 North East residents gathered on Sunday at Millerton’s Veterans’ Park to mark the occasion, and honor with a Veterans Day observation all those who have served the nation since its inception. 

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