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Christmas Tree Honoring Veterans Goes Viral (Photos)

| by Jonathan Constante

A photo of a Christmas tree honoring veterans is going viral.

Several Louisiana residents have passed the tree located in St. Martin Parish, but it wasn't until one person noticed what was on the bottom of it that it became viral, Mad World News reported.

The ornaments on the bottom of the tree had handwritten names of veterans and military branches inscribed on them. A photo of the tree was then shared on Facebook.

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The caption read:

I need help! I am the Christmas Tree located in Breaux Bridge, St. Martin Parish, Louisiana. As you can see I need Christmas ornaments on my branches. I am no ordinary tree. I represent all military veterans and active military living or dead. Just get an ornament, put a name, branch of service and place on a branch or place at base and I will have my helpers place the ornament on one of my higher branches. Honor a family member or a friend, please help fill my branches.

You may mail an ornament to:

Pellerin Life Insurance office.

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600 Corporate Blvd.

Breaux Bridge, La. 70517

Please share this post to help honor our military.

Thanks,

Christmas Tree.

Several Facebook users expressed their adoration for the Christmas tree tribute.

"This is a very honorable act so kind and thoughtful," wrote one user. "We must always show our troops and all Military how greatful we our for there services. Where would we be without them? Praying your next deployment will be home with your family and loved ones, Merry Christmas and God Bless You."

"Nice gesture to make this holiday season remember all our servicemen and women this month so far away from,family members and friends during the Christmas season," wrote another.

Sources: Mad World News, Love What Really Matters/Facebook / Photo Credit: Love What Really Matters/Facebook

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