Group takes World War II veterans to Washington DC in honor of their service
How do you tell a story that was told in spectacular and horrific reality some 65 years ago? Not with slabs of granite or the bubbling fountains of a monument. You talk with someone who was there. The story tells itself through the hands that lived it and the hearts that endured. For those of us who are lucky enough to live under freedoms delivered by the men and women who served and fought in World War II, the best we can do is listen and offer our gratitude in their honor.