New Britain Plans Memorial Day Ceremonies, Parade

New Britain Plans Memorial Day Ceremonies, Parade

The following is a list of events across the region.

A solemn memorial service will be held in the cemetery beginning at 11 a.m.

American Legion Post 404 in Harrison will be having Larry Stevens perform both Saturday and Sunday from 7 to 11p.m.

Elaine May-Spem, a retired sergeant major with the U.S.

The program will include selections played by the Clare High School Band (conducted by Jason Lowe) followed by Master of Ceremonies John Waddington.

¯ The city of Jamestown will host its annual Memorial Day parade and festivities Monday.

Gilboa - 10:30 a.m. memorial service at Gilboa United Methodist Church.

Harwich: Memorial Day cookout, noon, at Wingate at Harwich, 111 Headwaters Drive. Sponsored by American Legion Post 225 and VFW 4210.

Events around Carroll this weekend will honor members of the military who have lost their lives in service. Harrison's Monday activities will feature local Veterans' groups. 9 a.m. memorial service at the Pioneer Pavilion. There will be live music, food priced like it was in the 1960s and a cake walk auction held by the Ladies Auxiliary. Suggested donation $5. Info, 570-288-1020. Info: https://www.marchforthem.org.

In Greenfield, G3 (Grow Greater Greenfield) is organizing ceremonies sponsored by the Concerned Veterans of Greenfield that will begin at 10 a.m. Monday. A formal memorial service will commence at 11 a.m.at Cold Spring Cemetery. The parade will begin at 10 a.m. on May 28.

Memorial Day services announced for the area

Holy Cross Cemetery will host a Memorial Day Mass on Monday at 11 a.m. The parade will last approximately two hours and will feature military units, bands, floats and antique auto clubs.

Kalida - 8 a.m. church service at St. Michael Church.

For more information, call Fuller at 360-837-3470 or Washougal Parks and Cemetery Program Manager Suzanne Grover at 360-835-2662.

Ada - 10 a.m.

The Jersey City Vietnam Veterans Committee will hold a ceremony at Pershing Field from 3 to 5 p.m. on Monday.

Aurora is also hosting their annual parade, beginning at Noon at the intersection of Benton and River Streets in Aurora's downtown. 612-822-2171. LakewoodCemetery.com. With a theme "Out of this Galaxy", the fund-raiser will begin 6 p.m. June 15 at the Woodlands Inn and Resort. The service that will include military guest speakers, music from the local Cloud 9 Orchestra, and a "missing man" flyover by the Destin Warbirds. Posted officers and interested regular members are asked to be present at 10 a.m. The parade kicks off at 9:30 a.m. from Highpoint and Hudson avenues and will arrive at the Soldier & Sailor Monument on Boulevard East at 11 a.m.

Additionally, visitors will be able to stop by booths set up by veteran-oriented organizations, on display starting at 9 a.m. Paul W. Siverson of Jacksonville. Afterward, attendees and volunteers will disperse to install flags on veteran grave sites in the public cemeteries.

Falmouth: town of Falmouth Memorial Day ceremony, 10 a.m., Memorial Walkway at Falmouth Public Library, Main Street, preceded at 9:45 by procession from Village Green. The "avenue of flags" will be posted at the entrance of the park. In case of rain, the parade will be canceled and the memorial service will be held in the Robert J. Hermiller Gymnasium at Ottawa-Glandorf High School. Native drumming, poetry, song. Parade will stop to place wreaths on several veterans memorials.

State Capitol Grounds: 1 p.m. Monday at the Korean War Veterans Memorial. The color guard will be provided by the Conrad F. Kania Detachment of the Marine Corps. Refreshments after the ceremony.

Stillwater: 11:30 a.m. Monday at the Stillwater Veterans Memorial, Third and Pine streets. The Brownstown Community Choir will provide music and U.S. Air Force Captain Ethan Caldwell will be keynote speaker. Address by Bill Lunn, former KSTP-TV anchor and reporter, honoring 3rd Ranger Battalion Cpl.

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