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Daisy Mountain Veterans

Daisy Mountain Veterans

Daisy Mountain Veterans Parade

Saturday, November 9, 2013 _______________________________________________

Daisy Mountain Veterans is an alliance of the members of American Legion Post 128, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 12031, and American Legion Auxiliary Unit 128 – representatives of our nation’s largest organizations of veterans.

These organizations have long histories and extensive traditions of serving our communities, promoting Americanism, family values, youth programs, freedom, liberty, and much more. Members of the North Valley veteran organizations are highly motivated to celebrate properly the achievements and sacrifices of members of our Armed Forces with whom they, as veterans, share common experiences.

VFW meetings are held at 6:00 pm and the American Legion at 6:30 pm on the second Thursday of each month at the Outlets at Anthem, Suite 845. The American Legion Auxiliary meetings are held at 4:00 pm the second Monday of each month at the Outlets at Anthem, Suite 845.

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Our mission is to honor, support and thank all who have served and are currently serving in our Military. We firmly believe our parade is the best and most economical veteran’s event in the state of Arizona. The goal of the parade is to draw attention to the truth that freedom is not free and directly support Veterans who have protected those freedoms through service.

The Daisy Mountain Veterans Parade also seeks to advance education and inform the entire North Valley area about Veterans and their sacrifices. The non-political, patriotic event enhances the sense of community for all and fosters a life-long appreciation of all branches of the United States Military within the next generation.

Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 12031American Legion Auxiliary Unit 128American Legion Post 128