Auburn Veterans Parade Auburn's 55th annual Veterans Parade was held on Saturday, Nov. 6 under cloudy skies. The parade has grown into one of the country's largest parades. It typically takes place along Auburn's Main Street, and boasts over 200 units and nearly 6,000 parade participants including KVI's Kirby Wilbur and John Carlson as well as a flyover, military units, veteran marching groups, honor guards, and numerous ROTC units. GSM Valerie Marks, Gold Star Mothers and Fallen Hero Banners begin at 43:34
Socks For Veterans The Washington State Gold Star Mothers recently completed a fundraiser and also received product donations from Careismatic Corporation. Over 300 pairs of socks were donated in just 14 days! Thank you to everyone that supported this fundraiser.
Salute to Armed Forces Night The Mariners once again joined with our partners at The Boeing Company for the annual Salute to Armed Forces Night. The first 15,000 fans received a Mariners military cap, courtesy of Boeing. During the pregame ceremony, personnel from the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Air Force, Washington National Guard, Veterans of Foreign Wars, USO Northwest, American Legion and Disabled American Veterans were introduced and lined up on the baselines.
Be Bold. Be Brief. Be Gone USMC Maj. Megan McClung with her service and sacrifice. In 2006, she became the first female Marine Corps officer to be killed in Iraq.
2021 Mill Creek Memorial Day Ceremony
Virtual Memorial Day 2021 Remembering the men and women that gave their lives for our freedom. We will Never Forget!
Northwest USO, Always ready to help our soldiers
Gold Star Family Monument Coming to Lynnwood's Veteran Park in 2022. Sponsored by the Gold Star Mothers and the Hershel "Woody" Williams Foundation. These monuments help Gold Star Families and the community to remember and to know their loved ones will never be forgotten.
Local Veteran & Gold Star Mother reflects on true meaning of Veterans Day
Our Mission Statement Finding strength in the fellowship of other Gold Star Mothers who strive to keep the memory of our sons and daughters alive by working to help veterans, those currently serving in the military, their families and our communities.