Veterans are our heroes

Hundreds of people took time out to honor Kauai’s generations of veterans Saturday as the Kauai Veterans Council hosted the annual Veterans Day Parade along Rice Street to the Historic County Building.

Maj. Gen. Arthur “Joe” Logan described the parade honored all veterans and described the parade a part of the fabric of Kauai life for 20 years.

The ho‘olaule‘a which followed the parade featured food trucks, many of whom have relations to veterans, and an assortment of vendors, including the newly-opened Pineapple Pilates and Jennifer Davis who has committed to devoting a day a week to any veterans, free of charge.

The public is invited to the annual Veterans Day Service, hosted by the Kauai Veterans Council, starting at 11 a.m. Friday at the Kauai Veterans Cemetary in Hanapepe.


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