The time is fast upon us to observe the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day and the end of fighting in World War I. We hope shortly to have more information about plans from the National Centennial Commission . We hope that some people out there have some ideas how they may mark the observance in their communities, and we also hope that you will share the ideas here.
One of my colleagues suggested that we could recreate how Chanute, Kansas, marked the end of the war. As you can see, my colleagues are a cheerful bunch: