May 28 this year today

Lake Worth also honored those fallen from the Revolutionary times to WWI, WWII, VietNam and the most recent casualties of war, at our Pinecrest Cemetery.  Among the seven wreaths placed was one from the Lake Worth Women’s Club and one from our City of Lake Worth.  This  was read something Eleanor Roosevelt’s wartime prayer. Which she carried with her.

Dear Lord,

Lest I continue
My complacent way,
Help me to remember that somewhere,
Somehow out there
A man died for me today.
As long as there be war,
I then must
Ask and answer
Am I worth dying for?

white crosses with the American flag was set by each grave.

Vogel-Lee Post 47 undertook all the arrangements with the following participants.  American Legion, Auxillary, SAL Riders and BoyscoutsTroop 204, and Girl Scout Troop 20519  the service took place 10:00 a.m this morning.  A heartfelt thank you to the vets that live here in Lake Worth both male and the females that I have the privilege to know personally.  Thank YOU Editors note: the image below will always stay with me on this day as it was done by one of our artists Fred W. Hunt for a post down in Miami. 

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