Veterans Day 2019

November 8, 2019

© Carole Kanchier, PhD       \

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2019

Veterans Day, 2019, will be Monday, November 11th, 2019.  As a federal holiday Veterans Day is typically observed on November 11th every year.

Veterans’ Day is an official United States, United Kingdom, and Canadian public holiday, observed annually on November 11. This day honors military veterans who served in their countries’ Armed Forces.

Veterans take the lessons they have learned and the experiences they’ve gained and continue their service to our nation by strengthen

 Veterans Day, 2019, will be Monday, November 11th, 2019.  As a federal holiday Veterans Day is typically observed on November 11th every year.

Veterans’ Day is an officia l United States, United Kingdom, and Canadian public holiday, observed annually on November 11. This day honors military veterans who served in their countries’ Armed Forces.

Veterans take the lessons they have learned and the experiences they’ve gained and continue their service to our nation by strengthening our communities. They become our nation’s leaders, scientists, entrepreneurs.

Veterans are the most active volunteers working to improve communities across our country. Service goes beyond the uniform

This Veteran’s Day honor the men and women who have worn their uniform who continue to serve our country.

God bless our veterans for their services and sacrifices they and their families make year-round. How do you plan to honor our veterans?

Ways to Honor Veterans

– Organize a care-package party. But first learn what deployed troops want in their care packages.– Visit a veterans’ hospital. If you do not have a local nursing home facility visit an injured vets to help brighten their day.
Teach children about services veterans contributed to the country and encourage them to create a small a meme for a veteran.
– Encourage your child’s teacher to develop a Veteran’s Day lesson plan or project. Invite a local veteran to speak to your class about some of his or her experiences,
– Wear a red poppy to show support for veterans and active duty service member. The poppies are hand made by veterans as part of their therapeutic rehabilitation.
Acknowledge veterans in your workplace. Consider a special coffee break, themed snack or poppy cookies.
– Support veteran-owned businesses. Your local chamber of commerce may be able to help you identify these.
– Express thanks. When you see someone in uniform, extend a simple word of gratitude or small kindness to show how much their service means to you.
– Send a card. Compile a list of names and addresses of veterans you know and send them a thank you card.

Carole Kanchier, PhD, is an internationally recognized newspaper/digital columnist, registered psychologist, coach and author of award winning, Questers Dare to Change Your Job and Life.  Kanchier has taught at University of California, Berkeley and Santa Cruz, University of Alberta, and other institutions of higher learning. Dr. Kanchier is known for her pioneering, interdisciplinary approach to human potential.

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