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Community Dinner at St. Luke'sSt. Luke's Episcopal Church on Wilson Mills Road in Chardon will open its doors June 2 from 11:30 a.m. to 1…

Community Dinner at St. Luke’s
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church on Wilson Mills Road in Chardon will open its doors June 2 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. to serve a community dinner. All are welcome. A good will offering will be accepted, but is not necessary.
Geauga County Historical Society presents Sylvia Wiggins
Sylvia Wiggins, local historian, knows a great deal about the Underground Railroad. She will discuss the Underground Railroad in the tri-county area during a lecture at the Auburn Church at the Century Village in Burton on June 2 beginning at 1:30 p.m. Members are free and nonmembers will be charged $5. She spoke at a retired teachers meeting a few months ago and was great.
Women’s Day at Woodland Cemetery June 23
On June 23, from 2-5 p.m., visitors can learn about genealogy and their history at the free Women’s Day at Woodland Cemetery, 6901 Woodland Ave. in Cleveland. Event includes learning about the women and the Cleveland institutions they built, performances by the Passport Project, a scavenger hunt and prizes. For information, contact Michelle A. Day at 216-319-2091.
Operation Mended Reins
All veterans are invited to an “open farm” that partners horses with veterans on June 15 from 3-5 p.m. at the Heulwen Farm, 13141 Radcliffe Road in Chardon. Space is limited; RSVP by contacting Rob Pliskin, director of programming, at 440-554-9305.
Veterans and supporters of the United States military veterans are invited to come meet the horses and mingle with fellow veterans of northeast Ohio while enjoying freshly baked refreshments. The Chrysalis Adventure is excited to offer an equine-guided experience that rekindles the human spirit. All partnering is done on the ground; there is no riding involved. There is no fee for this program.
Comment For The Day
Memorial Day was established when women mourning their Civil War dead decorated the graves in cemeteries throughout the South. It was first celebrated on May 30, 1868, at Arlington National Cemetery. In 1971, Memorial Day was celebrated on the last Monday in May.
It gives tribute to the American soldiers who lost their lives in the following wars: 4,435 American Revolution; 2,260 War of 1812; approximately 1,000 Indian Wars; 13,283 Mexican War; 498,332 Civil War; 2,446 Spanish-American War; 116,516 World War I; 405,399 World War II, 54,246 Korea War; 90,220 Vietnam War; 1,948 Desert Shield/Desert Storm; 4,422 Operation Iraqi Freedom; 66 Operation New Dawn; and 2,220 Operation Enduring Freedom. This amounts to 1,196,793 total war casualties, with more than 300,000 of whom are buried at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, D.C. An average of 28 burials occur each weekday at Arlington; 6,900 annually.
God bless America and God bless all who hold true to faith in God, faith in the Founding Fathers, and those who strengthen us today.

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