Thank you, Korean War vets

At this 60th anniversary of the cessation of hostilities of the Korean War, no words can properly convey to the brave men and women who fought so nobly our heartfelt thanks for their selfless service. Therefore, we hereby resolve to convey such thanks to those who fought to preserve the freedoms that we enjoy today as American citizens.

Many gave some, some gave all. For this, we do humbly offer this sincere tribute.

— Wally Lee
Buncombe County Republican Men's Club

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