is today, but my grandkids will celebrate it later this month at their school. I went last year and it was marvelous-they even sang a song about us being their heroes which was very touching. It's that way as we look back at our grandparents-they are our heroes-great examples and were always there for us.
That's why I love to write their histories and collect the photos of all my grandparents who are also my ancestors. See my WEBSITE. This woman is my 3rd great grandmother Ada Winchell Clements who has quite a story to tell. I recently visited her grave site in Oxford, Idaho. Born in New York, she followed her husband to Kirkland, Ohio then to Missouri as part of Zion's Camp then onto Nauvoo with her family, then alone without her husband to Utah when he left the church. He later joined her many years later, and they were reunited. What a life!