North Canaan vets don’t rest on laurels

Army Reserve soldiers Corporal Brian Corbo, at right in photo, and Specialist Jean Sanchez brought a vintage military Humvee to Couch Pipa VFW Post in North Canaan on Veterans Day, Nov. 11, for a fill-a-Humvee holiday event. Photo by Cynthia Hochswender

NORTH CANNAN — Military veterans are often men of action and so it was appropriate that several veterans in North Canaan celebrated Veterans Day (Saturday, Nov. 11) by doing good works for the community.

First there was the 11 a.m. ceremony at the Dough Boy monument in the center of town, where a crowd of about 35 people braved the cold to hear some words of praise and thanks fromCouch Pipa VFW Post 6851 Commander Kirk Harrington.

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