Veterans Day, Wednesday, November 11th, 2020 is a day to stop for a moment and remember the incredible humans who have sacrificed so much for our freedom.

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My Grandpa fought in World War II and made it through, he never spoke about that time and I know a lot of veterans don't but that's not what this is about. My Dad served in the military as a Chaplin before I was born and I cherished his dog tags growing up. For a hot minute I even thought I might join so the depths of my gratitude run deep.

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This Veterans Day it's about showing how much we care, that we haven't forgotten those that might feel lost at any given time. The pride I have for active retired and passed servicemen and women is super high and everyone's got to eat so here is some free breakfast for you, please help me spread the word.

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Prosser Memorial Health is going to provide a free drive-through breakfast tomorrow, Wednesday. November 11th, 2020 between 7 am - 10 am

Healthy Full American Breakfast
I am unsure of what your breakfast will include so I hope you enjoy suprises

Veterans and their family members can drive through the Prosser Memorial Hospital Campus and pick up a hot to-go breakfast and appreciation gift.  Please turn into the main entrance and follow the signs around the hospital.

Prosser Memorial Hospital via google Maps
723 Memorial St, Prosser, WA 99350

Prosser Memorial Hospital is located at 723 Memorial St Prosser, WA 99350 so make sure to spread the word to those you know would love to partake in a free breakfast to kick off the day. The entire press release can be viewed below and if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to call Shannon Hitchcock with Community Relations at 509-786-6601.

If you weren't aware, Prosser Memorial Hospital has a pretty awesome backstory when it comes to Veterans and their families.

Prosser Memorial Health opened its doors as a 19-bed facility in 1947 and was dedicated to the community’s veterans of World War II. Over seventy years later, Prosser Memorial Health has grown into a progressive healthcare organization providing compassionate care, the latest in medical technology, and a mission to improve the health of the community. 

Thank you for all that you do.

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