State Rep. Paul Friel Honors Veterans with Special Breakfast Event

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POTTSTOWN, PA — State Representative Paul Friel, D-Chester, has announced his plans to host a special breakfast event in honor of the veterans who have nobly served our nation. The breakfast aims to celebrate and acknowledge the sacrifices and contributions of the individuals from the 26th Legislative District who have served in the United States military.

Friel’s office has requested that veterans interested in attending the event register ahead of time. Registration can be done via phone by calling (610) 427-8782, via email at RepFriel@pahouse.net, or online. Those registering are asked to provide their name, phone number, details of their military service, including the branch and time they served, and whether they plan on bringing a guest.

The Veterans Breakfast is scheduled to take place on Friday, March 15, from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The venue for the event is the Phoenixville Country Club, located at 355 Country Club Road, Phoenixville, PA 19460.

This event presents a wonderful opportunity for veterans to connect with fellow servicemen and women, share experiences, and engage in meaningful conversations. It also provides a platform for the community to express their gratitude towards these brave individuals for their selfless service.

State Rep. Friel, known for his continuous efforts to support veterans, believes that it is important to recognize and honor the significant role that these individuals have played in safeguarding our nation’s freedom and security. This breakfast is a token of appreciation and a testament to the community’s respect and admiration for its veterans.

The Veterans Breakfast is more than just an event; it’s an affirmation of the community’s collective gratitude towards its veterans. It’s an occasion to celebrate their courage, commitment, and dedication. It’s a chance for the community and its leaders to say a heartfelt thank you for their service.

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Veterans, this is your day! Come and join State Rep. Paul Friel and the rest of the community at the Phoenixville Country Club on March 15. Enjoy a warm meal, share your stories, and know that your service to this nation will always be remembered and appreciated.

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