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What’s the Best Way to Honor Crofton Veterans Today?

May I suggest you spend this evening in the company of your neighbors as members of Baldwin Methodist Church, St. Steven’s Episcopal Church, St. Paul’s Lutheran Church and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Parish perform Howard Goodall’s Requiem to honor our fallen service members.

Armed-Forces-CollageThis memorial service will be held at 7:30 p.m. tonight at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, 1800 Seton Drive in Crofton, off Rt. 424 near Crofton Middle School.  It will be the premier of this music East of the Mississippi and the National premier of the arrangement created especially for parish performance. 

Participants in this extravaganza have been rehearsing for many weeks, and they say it’s exhilarating new music with expressive colour and driving rhythms.  What a wonderful way to honor the veterans in our families and local communities!

Why not take a Veteran out to dinner tonight and then attend this service together?

There are specials today for veterans and active duty military at many area restaurants including Outback Steakhouse and Applebee’s.  Check with your favorite restaurant.


The following presentation has nothing to do with the memorial service here in Crofton, but it’s my small way of honoring veterans – especially the ones in my own family:  My grandfather, Ray Farrell, who had a key role in the peace treaty negotiations for World War I;  my dad, Dick Loveless, who spent much of his youth as a POW at Stalagluft III during World War II; and my husband, Larry, who spent the early years of our marriage off the coast of Vietnam. 


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