World War II veterans to be honored during council

Mayor Jan Molinaro is inviting everyone to the Nov. 12 meeting.

  • Wednesday, November 6, 2019 10:59am
  • Opinion

Please make plans to join us as we salute those World War II veterans living on the Plateau at the next Enumclaw City Council meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 12, starting at 7 p.m. It will be an honor to recognize these veterans who served in this war so many years ago and to show our community’s appreciation to this great generation.

The event will be held at City Hall in council chambers so add this to your calendar.

If you know of a WW II vet who would like to attend, please encourage or even drive them to City Hall for the ceremony so they can be honored. Bring your kids and grandkids to witness some local history.

Jan Molinaro, mayor

City of Enumclaw


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