Posted: Feb 19, 2013 8:39 AM by Melissa Anderson - MTN News
HELENA - Twenty two veterans living at Hunters Pointe in Helena were honored for their service on President's Day.
The veterans were also given their own "wall of honor" where their pictures hang to commemorate their service to our country.
The veterans stood proudly as their names were called and they were given a round of applause for their dedication.
"I think I share with my fellow veterans a feeling of being a little humble and maybe a little embarrassed. When we sit down we don't talk about it. That's just the way it is," WWII veteran Bob Russell said.
The veterans gathered for a photo afterwards and then had lunch.