Wreaths Across America Program Deadline Extended

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Cadet Imanii Hampton - Civil Air Patrol Cadet - and 1st. Lt. Nick McKinney - Civil Air Patrol - are in the studio with Mae and Simone to discuss the Wreaths Across America program.

SPONSOR A WREATH: Wreath sponsorship are $15 each, and can be purchased online. Click here for a link. On Saturday, December 17, volunteers all across the United States will place donated wreaths on the graves of hundreds of thousands of veterans. The annual tradition known as National Wreaths Across America Day got its start in 1992 as a way honor their service and remember their lives.

Wreaths Across America is a donation-based organization that receives no money from the government. They raise more than $3 million each year to reach their goal of honoring hundreds of thousands of U.S. veterans with wreaths, and the number grows as more and more men and women who have served pass away.