PHOTOS: American Legion veteran remembrance

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Teagan White and Kenli Schnalzer salute the wreath they’ve laid in remembrance  of fallen soldiers for the Veterans Day Ceremony on November 11 at the American Legion Post 800. Photo by John Drake

Teagan White and Kenli Schnalzer salute the wreath they’ve laid in remembrance of fallen soldiers for the Veterans Day Ceremony on November 11 at the American Legion Post 800. Photo by John Drake

 

The 11th day of the 11th month at the 11th hour is the special moment in history noting the end of World War One, which is remembered for the first Armistice Day. Members of the American Legion Post 800 honor guard fold the American flag, as part of the ceremony tradition. Photo by John Drake

The 11th day of the 11th month at the 11th hour is the special moment in history noting the end of World War One, which is remembered for the first Armistice Day. Members of the American Legion Post 800 honor guard fold the American flag, as part of the ceremony tradition. Photo by John Drake

 

Marine Veteran Paul White, above, speaks to attendees during the American Legion Post 800’s Veterans Day Remembrance event on Tuesday, Nov. 11. Photo by John Drake

Marine Veteran Paul White, above, speaks to attendees during the American Legion Post 800’s Veterans Day Remembrance event on Tuesday, Nov. 11. Photo by John Drake

 

American Legion Honor Guard Rick Foster, left, salutes with fellow Honor Guard Jim Nutter and Idyllwild in attendance. Photo by John Drake

American Legion Honor Guard Rick Foster, left, salutes with fellow Honor Guard Jim Nutter and Idyllwild in attendance. Photo by John Drake

 

The Idyllwild Fire Protection District honors veterans with a fire truck decorated with yellow ribbons and “Thank You for Your Service” signs Tuesday, Nov. 11. The fire truck was parked on North Circle Drive in the center of Idyllwild.     Photo by Jay Pentrack

The Idyllwild Fire Protection District honors veterans with a fire truck decorated with yellow ribbons and “Thank You for Your Service” signs Tuesday, Nov. 11. The fire truck was parked on North Circle Drive in the center of Idyllwild. Photo by Jay Pentrack

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