CARRBORO, N.C. -- Mayor Damon Seils has proclaimed Veterans Day on Friday, Nov. 11, as a day to remember the invaluable contribution of Carrboro's veterans, and urges all residents of Carrboro to take every opportunity to honor the service and sacrifice of individuals in uniform transitioning from active service. Thank you to all who have served.
In a ceremony held outside Carrboro Town Hall, the following Town of Carrboro employees who are veterans, were honored for their service and sacrifice:
- Captain Tony Frye (Army)
- Lieutenant Mike Metz (Army)
- Lieutenant Joseph Thomas (Marine Corps)
- Officer Brian Cates (Marine Corps)
- Eddie Renegar (Marine Corps)
Recreation, Parks, and Cultural Resources Department
- Jack Gaegler (Air Force)
- Steve Harward (Navy)
Public Works Department
Please read the entire proclamation at https://www.carrboronc.gov/DocumentCenter/View/12043/2022-Veterans-Day-Proclamation
Today is a time to reflect on those who have courageously served our nation in the armed forces. Thank you to our veterans, past and present, for your service and sacrifice.
In observance of Operation Green Light, the Town of Carrboro is displaying green lights on Carrboro Town Hall. The lights are a symbol of recognition of the plight of veterans across the country who are having a hard time connecting with benefits after serving their country.