22 Feb 2016
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CAN YOU SPARE SOME CHANGE? THEN SHARE THIS!
There’s a tradition that’s been around for a very long time when it comes to our national cemeteries and the grave sites of our military heroes. If you’ve ever visited these reverent precincts you may have seen this tradition in practice.
What you may have seen is a penny or nickel or dime or other coin on a veteran’s gravestone. And wondered why it was there and what is its significance. Well, all of us here at the 59 VETERANS PROJECT can tell you that its significance is rather profound and very meaningful. Watch this very poignant and informative video here and join us in honoring our U.S. veterans and fallen heroes. It’s an event we enjoy doing all year-long!
And when you get a chance, click on the Contact Us button near the right top of our FB page to visit our online website and learn more about our project and how you can participate and get involved in our noble enterprise. We can’t wait to hear from you! But first go here: https://www.facebook.com/59veterans/?ref=hl