November 11th isn’t the only opportunity to honor veterans this month. Here are the upcoming events in honor of Veteran’s Day in and connected to Southborough.
Friday, November 9 – School assemblies
Neary School will acknowledge veterans in an assembly. The school issued and invitation through the Senior Center’s newsletter:
Veteran’s Day Presentation – November 9th — 1:40pm
Would a few Veterans be interested in coming to our Friday Farewell Presentation in uniform and share your thoughts of Veterans’s Day for 10 minutes? . .. .
If you are interested in participating, call (508) 229-4453 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Assabet Valley Regional Techical with its Junior ROTC program always holds a special assembly. That’s at 8:30 am this year.
Sunday, November 11 – Town ceremony
This year, the Town’s annual observances will be combined with the unveiling of 83 new names on the All Wars Memorial. Click here for a reminder on the 10:45 am parade and 11:00 am ceremony.
Monday, November 12 – Rotary Salute
On the Federal holiday in observance, the Southborough Rotary Club will hold another special program to salute veterans. It takes place Monday, November 12 at 7:00 pm in Taft Hall of St. Mark’s School:
Join the Southborough Rotary Club in saluting those who have served our country. Hear from several veterans about their service experience .
Wednesday, November 14 – Senior Center Veteran’s Luncheon
The Senior Center will hold its annual luncheon with concert for seniors:
Our very talented Southborough Songsters will perform a wonderful patriotic musical to honor our Veterans. A special appearance by our Woodward School 3rd Graders singing a few patriotic songs will add to this wonderful event. Steve Whynot, one of our local honored Veterans will lead the Color Guard Flag Ceremony.
Lunch will be brought to us by TJ Spirits in Ashand. We will enjoy a Stuffed Pork Chop Dinner, dessert and a drink. Sign up at the front desk or call (508) 229-4453.
Below are some pictures from last year’s Rotary and Senior Center events from Facebook*:
*I edited the Senior Center photos which were initially too dark.