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Evergreen wreaths lay on veterans’ graves Saturday during the Florida National Cemetery’s 12th annual Wreaths Across America event. The wreaths act as a symbol of remembrance during the holiday season.

It’s Christmas in July! The Ladies Auxiliary Military Order of the Purple Heart Unit 776 would like your assistance in donating 500 wreaths to be placed on the sites at Bushnell National Cemetery on Saturday, Dec. 14. 

Help members reach their donation goal by visiting www.wreathsacrossamerica.org/FL0227P, click on “sponsor a wreath.” The Ladies Auxiliary Military Order of the Purple Heart Unit 776 group ID No. is FL0227P, the cemetery is FLNCBU.

Online, you can request a specific site to be honored; members will place it for you if it is at Bushnell National Cemetery. If you would like wreath placed on a specific site, go to “specific site,” and fill out the information requested. There is a button on this page that will let you choose a different location. Click on the down arrow by the location button. If your cemetery has this option, you will be able to click on the site and continue. You will receive an email for your donation shortly after you close the browser.

Please share with your friends and family members. Thank you for supporting our veterans and their families, so they are not forgotten.

For information and assistance, email mom4sba@tampabay.rr.com.

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