Quilt of Honor Ceremony celebrates veterans in GreenwichPosted: Updated:
Veterans in Greenwich are being honored this weekend.
Residents Meg and Dave Stewart teamed with Greenwich police to have a Quilt of Honor Ceremony Saturday, recognizing eight veterans.
The Quilt of Honor's mission is to thank and remember those who have served by presenting each with a quilt made by volunteers.
Meg Stewart says her personal goal is to thank all Greenwich police veterans.
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