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FORT MILL, SC (WBTV) - Active military members and veterans enjoyed free admission to two big attractions on Memorial Day.
Carowinds and the Charlotte Knights both offered free entry Monday to anyone with a valid military ID.
The Knights game, which began at 2:15 pm, was part of a season-long tribute to veterans and active military members. The Knights wore special camouflage uniforms, and one player participated in an Air force promotion ceremony before the game.
The first pitches came from service members and veterans, including Mr. Warren Slater, a World War II veteran who also celebrated his 91st birthday Monday.
At Carowinds, thousands of visitors flocked to the park, which held Memorial Day ceremonies on Sunday and Monday.
World War II veteran and three-time purple heart recipient James Crump carried the American flag for those who have served and sacrificed.
"I love them," said Crump. "They're my brothers and sisters. And I hope that future generations can honor the veterans."
Carowinds will again offer free admission to active duty military and veterans with a valid ID on the Fourth of July.