MOUNTAIN VIEW — The 4th annual Veterans Freedom Festival will be held tomorrow in the Mountain View Town Park.
This year’s festival features fun events and more entertainment for those who who have served and those who appreciate the service the U. S. military.
The festival is designed as a day of celebration and to honor veterans for their service, according to Donna Bindl, Tuesday afternoon, a member of the Support Our Troops committee.
A special visitor will be on hand this year – WWII Navaho Code Talker, Samuel T. Holiday, 94, of Monument Valley, Utah. He was arrested twice during WWII as a Japanese soldier when on duty for the United States. Fortunately for Holiday, he was recognized by commanding officers and was released from custody.
Pictured is one of the cars at last year’s Veterans Freedom Festival, which pays tribute to America’s veterans. PIONEER FILE PHOTO/Virginia Giorgis