Let us take time to honor all veterans and current service men and women for their dedication to our country, and let us not take for granted the freedoms and fortunes they have provided for us. We are fortunate to have thousands of veterans in our very own communities, and I hope that we can all take a moment to personally thank them for their service on this Veterans Day. For more information on ways to celebrate Veterans Day, visit the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs website.
State Senator, 34th District
Veterans Day Events
(November 10, 2011) The Mayor and City Council of Anaheim are hosting a Veterans Day Ceremony and honoring our veterans at Anaheim’s Veterans Monument. The keynote speaker will be Colonel Christopher Taylor of the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit. The event will take place in Downtown Anaheim at Anaheim Blvd. and Broadway, adjacent to the Muzeo. For more information, visit Anaheim.net.
(November 11, 2011) The Fullerton American Legion Post #142 is hosting a Veterans Day parade and ceremony for the community. The parade will begin at 10:30 am at the Fullerton Downtown Plaza and head to Hillcrest Park for the ceremony at 11:00am. The parade will include a flyover by Air Combat USA and Troy JROTC will march will all 50 U.S. State flags.
(November 11, 2011) The Santa Ana Black Historical Society is hosting its Veterans Annual Celebration Potluck for all veterans and their family and friends. The event will start at 5:00pm at the Southwest Senior Center, located at 2201 W. McFadden Avenue, Santa Ana, CA. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
(November 11, 2011) The City of Stanton is celebrating Veterans Day with “A Day For Remembrance.” The event will take place from 10:00am to 11:00am at the Veterans Memorial Park, located at 10970 Cedar Street, Stanton.