The Stories Behind Red, White and Blue On Veterans Day

By Madison Keiger

As the sun rose over the Oconee Hill Cemetery on Nov. 11, Pete Argo sat and listened to the Veterans Day Celebration. Below the blue sky and waving flag, this World War II veteran was able to reflect on his time overseas.

If you were unable to attend this year’s Veterans Day Celebration, it is held every year on Nov. 11, and is open to the public.


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