Is december 3rd.
Tomorrow is verans day and many communities throughout the area are taking the time to honor those who served and those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.
Whitesboro held their annual veterans day parade this afternoon.
News channel 2's brent kearney was there and spoke to veterans on what this day means for them.
"nats" drums the drums could be heard throughout whitesboro as the parade made its way down main street.
"nats" flute" amoung the many watching the parade, were veteransmany s different conflicts, but all sharing the same feeling of brotherhood when the red white and blue passes by.
"its i'd say an honor to serve your country."
Fred griffith's served in the navy during vietnam for four years.
"it was an experience, it was something that changed my whole life."different parts of the community chipping in the make sure our veterans get recognized terry anweiler and his group, the killawat chasers raising the flag for the parade.
"we like to come out and support the veterans and the legion we have our union meetings in the whitestown legion and the lineman like to support the veterafollowing the parade, a ceremony was held at the whitesboro american legion where veteran and former oneida county legislature bill goodman was honored.
"the veterans haveade what we have right now and i think honoring them like this here is great.
They deserve every bit of recognition they can get.
In whitesboro brent kearney news channel