If you’re driving by New Era Field this evening, you’ll notice that the towers which surround Buffalo’s home playing field are lit red, white and blue. The gesture is a show of support for a group of 50 local veterans who will travel from Buffalo to Washington, D.C., on Saturday, April 14, on a special Buffalo/Niagara Honor Flight hosted by M&T Bank and the Buffalo Bills Foundation.
The group, which is made up of World War II, Korean War and Vietnam War veterans, will make its way to D.C. to visit several national memorials built to commemorate their service. Traveling with the veterans are eight volunteers from M&T Bank, as well as Bills o-linemen Ryan Groy and Dion Dawkins.
In addition to the lights at New Era Field, the community will notice several other buildings donning the patriotic colors. On Saturday evening, to welcome the veterans home, M&T Bank, The Electric Tower, City Hall, Peace Bridge and Niagara Falls will also be lit red, white and blue.
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