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Jim Ayres of the Commerce Rotary Club says the second "Waves of Glory" event, honoring veterans and, this year, first responders, with U.S. flags in City Park, will take place Saturday, Nov. 7 through Friday, Nov. 13, encompassing Veteran's Day.  Veterans and first responders, living and dead, can be nominated for recognition through Oct. 16 at commercewavesofglory.com.

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Amy Welch and Jim Ayres of the Commerce Rotary Club discuss "Waves of Glory," November 9-16, in which flags honoring U.S.

Rotary Club

Jim Ayres of the Commerce Rotary Club says the club will honor U.S. veterans with "Waves of Glory," a display of 100 flags at Commerce City Park, November 9-16, with an opening ceremony Friday night, at 6 p.m., November 8.  Each flag will have a placard honoring a particular U.S. veteran, alive or dead.  Veterans may be nominated for the honor through October 28.  Contact the club at rotaryclubofcommerce@gmail.com.

Commerce Funeral Home

Jim Ayres, leader of the Griefshare program at the First Baptist Church of Commerce says a special program, "Surviving the Holidays," will take place at 5:45 p.m. this evening.  The program is for people who have recently lost a loved one and need help in coping with the emotional challenges of the holidays.

Commerce Funeral Home

A new session of GriefShare begins Monday evening (September 12) at the First Baptist Church of Commerce.  A light supper will be served.  The 13-week program helps people to cope with the loss of a loved one.  Jim Ayres of First Baptist, and co-owner of the Commerce Funeral Home with his wife Teena, discusses the benefits of the GriefShare program on the Blacklands Cafe.