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Here are some pictures from previous year's activities

American Gold Star Mothers remember their loved ones and honored all those lost in the nation's wars.

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Moms gather at the Vietnam Wall to remember their sons and leave behind a rose tribute.

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Georgie Carter-Krell finds her son's name on the wall.


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The Vietnam Wall, Washington Monument and a line of red carnations placed by a veterans group.


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Molly Snyder remembers her son with a yellow rose at the Korean War memorial.


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Congressman Gutknecht greets American Gold Star Mothers after passing House Joint Resolution 61 recognizing American Gold Star Mothers Day.


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Several of this group of American Gold Star Mothers are from New York and all met with Senator Hillary Clinton.


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Gen Alfred Grey was the featured speaker at ceremonies at the Tomb of the Unknowns. Judith Young, AGSM president at right.


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General Grey and Judith Young place a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknowns.


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Moms take time out for a private tour of the Woodrow Wilson house, here inspecting the kitchen. Woodrow Wilson played an important part in the formation of American Gold Star Mothers. See our history page.


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Another room at the Woodrow Wilson house. The moms were served tea at the conclusion of the tour.


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All the moms (and a couple of dads) at the Woodrow Wilson house.

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