Veterans Day: Era Living Honors Those Who Served
Veterans Day is Commemorated at Era Living Communities.
Veterans are heroes among us. Service men and women, along with their families, have shaped our country through dedication, and honor. At Era Living, we appreciate, and applaud all who have served. And, we recognize the great sacrifice that service is for families.
We commemorate the service of amazing Americans this Veterans Day with special events in each community.
Our community is adorned with ribbons on every door to recognize the service of our friends, and neighbors. Guests, and residents are invited to attend a military lecture by retired officers who live at Aljoya. Additionally, a complimentary Veterans Day luncheon is available to all who served, and their spouses.
We are proud to send a delegation of veterans, and their spouses, to the Veterans Day commemoration at the Evergreen Washelli Cemetery. We will also serve a free community pancake breakfast as a thank you to all who serve.
We are commemorating Veterans Day with an American Flag Ceremony and social.
We are honoring veterans with a dynamic display that features military service memorabilia, photos, and stories about each resident who served. Neighbors are welcome to come by, and learn more.
Our staff has created a living history display. We will commemorate Veterans Day with a color guard presentation, and pinning ceremony. Residents, and their families, are invited to attend a social hour following the event.
Our friends at the Skyway VFW will present 27 American Flags to the retired service members who live at The Lakeshore. Then, we will commemorate Veterans Day with a special dinner, served in our dining room that overlooks Lake Washington.
Commemorates Veterans Day on Monday in partnership with the Disabled American Veterans Association Chapter 23. Several recent veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan will speak about their experiences, and what service means to them. Then, there will be a color guard ceremony, and Taps will be played by a member of the Issaquah High School faculty.
We are honoring veterans with a Parade of Memories. Residents are displaying their military service photos, and the photos of family members who have served throughout the community.