Not Every Soldier Coming Home from War Gets a Hero’s Welcome, but They All Deserve One

Updated: June 7, 2024 at 3:16 pm EST  See Comments

On Memorial Day, May 27, we paused to remember the brave warriors who gave their lives in defense of our freedom. This week, on June 6, we observed the 80th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy that marked the beginning of the end of WWII.
As we march toward Independence Day this year, there’s even more to celebrate. A unique alliance of nonprofits and patriotic Americans has designated June 8 as a “Day of Gratitude.” Our team from CityServe will gather alongside Voice of the Veteran and ChurchLV at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas to shower blessings upon our veterans, active-duty military members, and their families. 
We’re offering entertainment, gifts that include several basic necessities, and much more. We’re making this celebration of those who wear the uniform a top priority because honoring these heroes feels especially important this year. 
The bloody conflicts in Ukraine and Israel have given us all a greater appreciation for those who defend democracy. As scenes from these wars fill our headlines, we’re reminded of all the historic and very recent battles when our own soldiers defended our way of life or helped protect our allies from the encroaching threat of terror and tyranny. 
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