Fire fighter ... sheriff deputy ... military active-duty ... military veteran ... emergency ... thank you.
Hosting the free Hometown Heroes Day is Stokes Homestead's way of recognizing the invaluable work of these brave men and women. Your Comments
On May 27, 2017 Stokes Homestead, south of Grand Junction, opens its gates with free admission, free donuts and coffee for heroes, and free rides and amusements for the kids.
Program highlights include "Mini-Float Parade," "13 folds of the American Flag," "Remembering our Military Heroes" presented by Greg Myrkle, and the American Legion's "Salute to Veterans".
Don't miss Columbia Township's fire truck, Bangor fire department's mascot Sparky, and Sheriff Deputy Mohney's awesome cruiser either.
And be sure to tell all our hometown heroes, "Thank you."
Additionally, free to the community all day from 8 am to 6 pm, are wagon rides, cow-train rides, nature trail, corn crib, playground, tire climb, duck races, pedal karts, bounce pad and pony hops. Get the schedule and read more at stokeshomestead.com/events-activities/festivals-special-events/55-hometown-heroes-weekend.html.