Wreath Day Is Almost Here!
Saturday, December 13th, 2014 at 11:00am.
Wreath Day is mere weeks away now and our days are getting much busier. It is all falling in place but we still have a long way to go in order to honor all of our heroes with a wreath.
Why come to wreath day?
Where else can you see bikers, nuns, soldiers and kids all working simultaneously together in harmony with the same goal, to honor a veteran?
Where else can you see helicopters, bagpipes and Marines alongside with girl scouts, senior citizens, and Congressmen?
Where else can you easily shake hands with real life true heroes?
Where can you find role models for your kids to look up to?
Where do you go for a sight that will take your breath away and leave you feeling better about our world today?
All of these things can be found at the Houston National Cemetery on December 13th and it doesn’t cost a cent to be a part of it. Tell your neighbors, They’ll thank you for it.
WREATH DAY NOTES
(Pay special attention to the information below)
The wreath laying on the 13th is a rain or shine event.
Parking – the best place to park is at Greenspoint Mall and take the free shuttle.
Also available is the Sheppard Park & Ride
Or the grass lots across from the cemetery
Cemetery grounds will fill very quickly so please try to use one of our other options.
– 7:30am Shuttle and Bus service starts
– 8:00am Motorcycle Escort and Trucks arrive
– 11:00am Ceremony Starts
– 11:45am Wreath Laying Starts – no wreaths will be laid until the ceremony is over
– 2:30pm Shuttle and Bus service stops
Dress for the weather. There will be people in jeans, suits and uniforms. Please be respectful of those around you.
You may bring chairs if you like
Yes, please bring the kids
The sections we are doing will be printed in the program that day.