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2017 World War II Veterans Appreciation Dinner in Los Angeles, California, United States on December 2017 by Veterans Appreciation Dinner Event-Pay Tribute to WWII Veterans
Veterans Appreciation Dinner Pay Tribute to Our World War II Veterans
âTo be killed in the war is not the worst
To be lost in war is not the worst
To be forgotten is the worst
Los Angeles Ron Baker veteran advocate is pleased to announce to be part of 2017 Veterans Appreciation Dinner in December. The theme for the annual event this year is Second World War which is dedicated to honor World War II Veteran Felix W. Jamison Sr. who has been a prestigious member of the Los Angeles DAV Chapter 5 for around 62 years. Other honorary guests to grace the occasion are World War II Veterans Robert Maxwell and Richard Overton. Robert Maxwell is the oldest surviving Medal of Honor recipient while 111 years old. Richard Overton is the oldest World War II Veteran at present.
âThe 2017 Veterans Appreciation Dinner would be hosted on December 10, the very day when Felix W. Jamison Sr. would step into his 101st birthday. It would take place at The Westin Bonaventure Hotel Los Angeles, California, from 4 pm-10 pm.
âFelix Jamison heartily invites all the World War II Veterans and guests in its community to the Appreciation Dinner Event this year. Organized in the honor of the valiant freedom fighters, the program is looking forward to present a beautiful evening of mirth, merriment and reminiscence to all those great men and women who represented the country in one of the catastrophic battles ever.
â" I am proud to announce John Pelletier and John Mayfield to be part of this year's Veterans Appreciation Dinner honoring World War II Veterans of America's military involvement in the Second World War", stated Ron Baker, veteran advocate.
â"Unfortunately, we are losing out on over 500 World War II Vets a day. Most of our surviving World War II Veterans like Felix Jamison, Robert Maxwell, Richard Overton and Kirk Douglas have crossed 100. There is not much time ahead for us to express our appreciation for all these great men who bravely bears the scars of freedom for the motherland. Our coming 2017 Veterans Appreciation Dinner is our humble way to pay our homage to such noble men and the valiant martyrs of the ghastly war."
âThe World War II Veterans are mostly leading a lonely life. Over time, they have lost their spouses and some of them are just counting their days at some senior home. Felix Jamison is urging all to participate in the dinner to show our respect and gratitude towards these extraordinary men and women.
â"These amazing men and women have led an exciting life and they have so much of knowledge to share. It would mean a lot for them if we all can take out time and actively participate in the dinner event in their honor. In fact, it would make them feel good to see all of us taking interest in their lives, caring for them and wanting to know about their great experiences. We have so much to learn from them. We are inviting all to spend the evening with our brave Veterans. It would also spell wonders for their health and well-being. We owe the brave hearts a lot for all the huge sacrifices they have done for our country."
I wish to let you know how appreciation Felix would be if President Obama would make an appearance at the Veterans Appreciation Dinner honoring World War II Veterans. Last year at his hundredth birthday party Congresswoman Maxine Waters attended in the place of President Obama. Felix was at the time hoping that his wish of meeting President Obama at his hundredth birthday party would have come true but it sadly didn't.
âI am reaching out to everyone I know who can help with the hope of making Felix's last wish come true. I believe this to be an excellent opportunity to show the American people how generous President Obama is in giving his time to those who served us. Now is the time for us to serve them by showing we haven't forgotten the World War II Veterans who fought and died for our freedom.
âThis is a true example of veterans showing love for one another and how we can come together accomplish something beautiful and greater than ourselves for our fellow veterans.
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This is a true example of veterans showing love for one another and how we can come together accomplish something beautiful and greater than ourselves for our fellow veterans.
Please Make a Wish Come True for the World War II Veterans.
RSVP by December 5, 2017. To Purchase Tickets, and for more information, please go to www.veteransad.com.
Parking (Two Options): 1. $10 discounted daily self-parking. Self-parking is located across the street from the hotel at City National Parking Garage. 2. $24 discounted daily Valet Parking, $48 Overnight Valet Parking. Dress Code: Semi formal attire is mandatory. You will be on camera so it is very important that you dress to impress! (NO T-Shirts, NO Hoodies, NO Cutoffs Sleeveless Shirts, Shorts or Jeans.)