Relighting Snellville's eternal flame right next to city hall on Hwy. 78 in Snellville, Ga.
For Tom Witts and other veterans of the United States Armed Forces, 'The night the lights went out in Georgia', occurred in late 2005, when the eternal flame on Snellville's Vietnam Veterans Memorial was extinguished and the memorial was moved to the new City Hall.
For twenty years, the eternal flame had burned in tribute to the veterans who served in the Vietnam War.
In November 2011, Mr. Witts, reflecting on the fact that the City of Snellville did not have a public celebration of Veteran's Day, announced that he was committing himself to relighting the eternal flame, again forever more !
Mr. Witts will be talking about is passion, and hope to inspire others to share in his vision.
He will discuss how individuals, families, churches, schools, non-profit organizations, and major corporations can get involved, in order to give thanks to those who in many cases gave their own lives to keep our great country, name America, FREE !
Please listen into my show to share your respect, and simply say ...Thank You to our fighting brothers and sisters, then and now, on this glorious day...Veteran's Day !
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