November 12, 2010
Thanks to all of those supporters who helped pick up the 12,000 flags Friday morning. It went quickly and was completed in about two hours. What a respectful impact we all made yesterday. Perhaps this can become a yearly event. Let me know your thoughts.
Now for phase two!
“Mr. Lutz goes to Washington”
Feb – March 2011
Goal: Meetings with all 535 elected officials. U.S. Congress and U.S. Senate.
Please contact your Representatives and help us arrange meetings in DC.
2011 will be the year for Honor and Remember federal adoption!
I count on your continued support. Stay tuned.
A snowy day in Virginia, HR flag flying proudly. http://twitpic.com/3fldpl #
Todays wreath laying in Suffolk, Virginia http://twitpic.com/3f3tyl #
November 11, 2010
Five months ago, 157 days back, June 7th Alex and I left Chesapeake Virginia to embark on an historic journey. The first stop Dover Air Force Base, where our sons and daughters are first brought home. Today, sans Alex, I arrive at the completion of this journey in Arlington National Cemetery for the concluding ceremony. I will post →
November 10, 2010
Drove 5 hours to Richmond, Virginia last night and along the way found out my legislative visit in the morning had been canceled. I was exhausted and decided to just stay in Richmond anyway before heading to Washington, DC. I also needed to advance my trip to the cemetery and meet with the superintendent before tomorrows ceremony. Having →
George Lutz spoke more about his Honor and Remember mission on the Nov. 11 edition of the CBN News Channel's Morning News.Click play to watch his interview.
November 9, 2010
Left the home of Maj Floro this morning and headed East 2.5 hours to a scheduled ceremony at Camp Lejeune headquarters, Jacksonville, NC. This was the start of a long driving day. We met outside base with Kathy Moore's team and were escorted in by security. The event was held outdoors in front of the headquarters building on →
November 8, 2010
Honor and Remember of North Carolina, chapter director Kathy Moore and her team have been working diligently in the state to prepare for my visit. This is the 50th state on my journey and the final stop before heading to Arlington for Thursday's ceremony. The day began with breakfast at the Fullers and then off to Ray Price →
November 7, 2010
Today I was scheduled at Trinity Baptist Church in Asheville. We had been planning this for months and I was warmly welcomed by the pastor and the congregation of over 1000. Trinity is very active in giving tribute to the military and today was a special military appreciation day. I was able to speak and share the mission →
Georgia is no longer on my mind. SC and tomorrows ceremony is. I've now officially travelled 26 thousand miles. Don't forget to vote. #
George Lutz meeting with newly elected SC Governor Nikki Haley. She also signed the pledge to Honor and Remember. http://twitpic.com/33m32a #
Wonderful unexpected sucess in SC. Now entering my 50th state, NC. NC already adopted HR this →