Dear Editor:

Men and women serve their country in the military.

What I don't understand is why when they get out they don't join Veterans Organizations.

The only way these organizations can exist is if they get new and younger members and new ideas.

It's a place where they can find others who have some of the same experiences and understand them.

Relatives of veterans don't join the auxiliary in the veterans organizations either.

I think this shows disrespect to the veterans and their service.

It is only one or two hours a month.

You can't tell me that they can't spare that little bit of time to support and honor their veterans service.

These are my thoughts only and don't reflect anyone else's.

I Remain,

Robert (Ski) Siesputowski

Veteran Summit Hill