Quiet signs of patriotism

Quiet signs of patriotism Patriotism is alive and well in America today, just as much so as the night Paul Revere made his famous ride calling America to arms. Patriotism is alive and well in America today, just as much so as the night Paul Revere made his famous ride calling America to arms. The act of being patriotic isn't as a rule a loud and boisterous act, but is evident in small, quiet ways. Up and down the streets of Vermillion, the U.S. colors are proudly flown from the flag poles of many business and residential properties. Jerry Anderson showed his feelings on Veterans Day with a "little" extra touch. A red, white and blue banner flies alongside the flag which is usually raised. Jerry is a Vietnam veteran who was born and raised in Vermillion. He is the son of Gordon and Delphine Anderson. (Photo by Bill Willroth Sr.)

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