Columbia, SC (WLTX) - It's never to late to celebrate for Louise Bauldin who hasn't been on a motorcycle in years.
"Way back in high school," Bauldin said. "My brother was named Harley, and he always had a Harley so it means something. Just like being with my brother for a little bit."
A pinning ceremony honoring those veterans and their families Tuesday though wasn't about her brother, it was about his service.
"Of course you know we jumped up on it," said Walt Richardson of the American Legion.
Richardson met, and pinned, Commander Sid Furgeson who was one of 10 veterans recognized at the ceremony.
"This was an honor for us to come out here to show our respect and help to honor them with what they did with their service," Richardson said. "It just shows us that these people, 50, 60 years ago, they went out and did what they had to do to make sure that we can do what we're doing today."