Local World War II Veteran honored in Woodstock's Parade
Mr. Max McCullar, a 93-year-old Cherokee County resident and a veteran of World War II, was invited to ride in Woodstock’s Fourth of July parade with several members of the Volunteer Aging Council (VAC). As the decorated convertible traveled down Main Street, Max was introduced to all the spectators who lined the street. You could hear cheers of “Yay, Max!” and “Thank you, Max!”
As the parade came to a close, Max was met by his daughter Maxine, who drove him back to his home. When asked if he had a good time, Max replied, “That sure was a lot of fun! Let’s do it again next year!” The ladies from the VAC replied, “It’s a date.”
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Photo: Max McCullar in front seat. Left to right: Susan Bythrow with All About Seniors, Janice Sloan with Right at Home - In-Home Care & Assistance, and Mary Mendez, all members of the Volunteer Aging Council.