As you know, veterans and those who serve have a very special place in our hearts, with so many family members having served our country. Our father Ernie Stahl served with the Marines in the Pacific during World War II and brother Brian Stahl served in Vietnam. We are also honored to have many veterans on the GroupeSTAHL team and we know that many team members have family who serve or have served. If you live in the Detroit Metro area, please consider taking part in Stahls Auto Museum’s 4th Annual Veterans Day Open House on Saturday November 11, 2017. We will be honoring all veterans and active service people and the event is open to the public. Admission is free, but we are accepting donations to benefit Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs Inc. This organization pairs Michigan veterans with individually trained medical service dogs and it really is a fantastic way to help others. The Guardian Angels work through their incredible dogs to make a difference in the lives of veterans struggling with a variety of disorders including: PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injury, Seizure Disorders, Mobility Issues and more. Your support is needed to make sure as many people as possible are matched with the dogs they need. Supporting our veterans in this way can mean a world of difference. On Saturday we will start the day with the flag salute and military color guard, paying tribute to those who have given the ultimate sacrifice. The doors will be open from 10 am-5 pm, and everyone is welcome to view all the classic cars, mechanical musical machines and exhibits. Visitors can also participate in activities specially prepared to honor our service members and encourage discussion between the generations. It’s a great way for younger people to meet and speak with veterans and hear their stories. We highly encourage you to bring your entire family. There will also be showings historic military footage and a selection of memories from Bob Hope’s famous USO Tours, as well as musical entertainment from our amazing mechanical organs. It’s truly a special way to spend a few hours honoring our veterans. The Stahls Auto Museum is located at 56516 North Bay Dr., Chesterfield, MI 48051.