Wreaths Across America touches families in Omaha
A national movement is remembering fallen soldiers from Nebraska
More than 100 Christmas wreaths were used to remember soldiers who were killed defending the United States Video by kmtv.comvideo
More than 100-wreaths were put in place on fallen the headstones of fallen soldiers, a movement that began in 1992 by a business man in Maine who had a surplus of Christmas wreaths.
Mary Blogett started the movement in Omaha after reading a magazine article. Omaha was the first city in Nebraska to participate in Wreaths Across America.
It started out humble, with less than a dozen participating. Today, it's grown and so has the mission - remember, honor and teach about America's character.