Honoring America’s Veterans

Honoring America’s Veterans

The American Flag in all its gloryWe join the rest of America today, November 11th in honoring America’s Veterans for their service and their sacrifice. We remember those we have loved and lost, and those who served before our time.

Most of us have family members who have served in the Military. In most of the 20th century it was mostly men, but now, it’s men and women. Fathers. Mothers. Sisters. Brothers. Uncles. Aunts. Grandfathers. Great Grandfathers. Great Great Grandfathers.

At the Roadhouse, we honor those with military service, active or retired, National Guard, and all Veterans every Monday our Military Monday Discounts.

Veteran’s Day events begin the weekend before. Here are a few examples.

Friday November 8th, 2013

A Candlelight Vigil in Fayetteville.

Saturday November 9th 2013

The Raleigh Veterans Parade

Sunday November 10th 2013

At Fort Bragg events focused on Korean War Veterans at the 82nd Airborne Division War Memorial Museum, that included some of the actors from the TV series MASH. Heroes Homecoming III was focused on the 5.7 million soldiers who participated in the Korean War.

Monday November 11, 2013

WWII veteran Bruce Martindale talks about his experiences as a Navy Signalman in his new book at the Cary NC Barnes & Noble at 4:00 p.m..  He fought in the South China Sea and Okinawa.

Our heartfelt gratitude for all you do, in keeping us safe and in keeping others safe.

The Pittsboro Roadhouse Team