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Memorial Day

Most people view Memorial Day as the beginning of the summer season, a 3-day weekend for fun, relaxation, and family barbecues.

In a sense, that’s true. But Memorial Day is meant to be a time to remember those who served in our armed forces to protect our country — a day to thank those who gave their lives so future generations can enjoy the freedoms we hold dear.

And while the sacrifice of every American life is precious, we proudly note the contribution of Armenian-Americans in this nation’s wars up to the present day. wishes you all a wonderful, safe Memorial Day.

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