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Monday, October 01, 2012


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Sharon Smith

Thank you for sharing this special service at my church w/ your readers. You captured the essence of the day and the service in your blog. The picture was great as well. I am glad that you were able to be there with us to enjoy the service and commemoration of our veterans and our rich heritage at Bethel. Thanks again.

Janis & David

You are welcome, Sharon. It was a powerful service and we love to showcase the great things about Greensboro. Bethel Presbyterian has a great community of members. Thank you for opening the event to the public.

Paul Rhodes

What a great picture, and a fine article too! The Society of the Black Rose and the various units that each took a part made for a very moving and powerful tribute to those who have offered their lives to secure freedom for others. As a native Pennsylvanian serving as pastor of this 200-year-old church in North Carolina, I am often moved by the graves and other historical artifacts or writings, especially of the The War between the States era. How anguishing it must have been for those with living relatives who had fought to establish and then defend the United States to decide that they needed to fight to leave it. The Black Rose visually captures that for me, as well as the grief that comes with the losses in every war.

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