The Lindy Sisters Scheduled to Perform for Veteran’s Day Program

The Lindy Sisters Scheduled to Perform for Veteran’s Day Program

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The Janet Goeske Foundation will host its annual Veteran’s Day Program to honor the 21.2 million Veterans and over 1 million Active Duty Military Personnel on Thursday, November 6th at 10:00 AM at the Janet Goeske Senior Center – 5257 Sierra Street, Riverside, CA 92504.

Special guests “The Lindy Sisters” are described as “a retro smokin’ hot 1940’s trio of songstresses with three part harmony reminiscent of the Andrew Sisters”. The entertainers will transport participants back in time to the glamorous era of swing. Attendees will also enjoy a continental breakfast and traditional favorites – 21 Gun Salute, TAPS, and presentation of the Folding of the Flag including the recital of the 13 folds.

Please sign-up at the Janet Goeske Center by October 31st. “You will not want to miss this wonderful opportunity to support Veteran’s for serving in the Armed Forces and protecting our Freedoms” says Phellina Castillo the event coordinator.

The event is FREE and JGF invites everyone to stop by, show their support, and say thank you to the men and women who have served our country. For more information please call 951-351-8800.

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