Happy Camp Appreciates Our Veterans!!

Wednesday is Veterans Day!

To all our readers who have served the United States of America in the service,
“Thank you!”
November 11th is the day that we celebrate our Veterans and out appreciation for them.

We have had sixty to eighty veterans to an appreciation dinner in Happy Camp in the past.
This year, of course, Covid 19 regulations make that impossible.

However, a committee got together and were able to arrange a Appreciation “Dinner to go” for the Veterans!

If you are a veteran, we hope that you have seen the fliers on the bulletin board and called Robin Eggers 707-951-4088 to R.V.S.P. that you will be coming by to pick up the dinners. If it is absolutely impossible to pick them up, some dinners may be able to be delivered. Call Robin and check on the situation.
Thanks, both for you service, and for allowing us to tell YOU HOW MUCH WE APPRECIATE YOUR SERVICE AND YOU!!
Wednesday is Veterans Day!]

Thank you to our Veterans!


In a tribute to our Veterans, the NRA said, “Peace is predicated upon the good will, good nature, and general goodness of mankind. Thus, war and conflict have been used to settle what goodness alone could not. Our history as a nation is replete with conflict; it established our righteous beginnings and divided our civil discourse. In the face of these conflicts, there have always been men and women ready to answer their nation’s call. They have inspired us with their sacrifice, honored us with their dedication, and humbled us with their unfathomable courage.

“On the 11th hour, of the 11th day, of the 11th month of 1918, hostilities in World War I ended with the hope that the world could find peace. While that peace was short-lived, Americans’ respect and support for their uniformed veterans was not. Known around the world as Armistice Day for some, Remembrance Day for others, the 11th day of November is set aside to honor all those who have honored us with their service.

Beginning the program were prayers by Bud Johnson of the Karuk Tribe and Kirk Eadie.of the Christian Fellowship. It is a blessing that each can pray according to his conscience and be included in the program giving appreciation to our Veterans. The Supreme Court of our nation is now deliberating whether those who say they are offended by certain prayers can dictate what men can pray! Prayer is talking to God. In my view, government shouldn’t be telling us how to address God. There have been prayer invocations since the Continental Congress to write the Declaration of Independence first convened on September 7, 1774. They weren’t sure which clergyman to choose for the honor among numerous faiths represented. Samuel Adams arose, according to John Adams, and said “he was no bigot, and could hear a Prayer from any gentleman of piety and virtue, who was at the same time a friend to his Country.” The motion carried and an Episcopalian, Rev. Jacob Duche’, opened the next session in prayer and read, Psalm 35. Adams said this Scripture electrified the Founders. “I never saw a greater effect upon an audience. It seemed as if Heaven had ordained that Psalm to be read on that morning.

While many values of the Judean-Christian ethic of out Founding Fathers have come into question in modern days, the freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and the basic tenets of the Bill of Rights are imperative today as much as in the past!!

See Veteran Appreciation notes on Klamath Neighbors page.
See October Neighborhood Watch on Community page.
See Rusty Williams exciting poetry honors and a recent Art Center evening on Art & Entertainment page
Homecoming events at Happy Camp High will have more photos added tomorrow on Children & Youth page..
October events at Dear Mad’m Day are at friendsofdearmadm.com and will continue to be updated.