Times are at 9 a.m.at St. Bridget Cemetery, 9:30 a.m.at St. Michael’s Cemetery and 10 a.m.at Rose Hill Cemetery.
This year’s parade marshals are two veterans – John T. Garoppolo and Arthur H. Warren.
In case of inclement weather, the ceremony will take place at the Caspian-Gaastra Fire Department.
Crystal Falls/Amasa: The Memorial Day ceremonies in Crystal Falls are arranged by the East Side Veterans Council.
“Never Going Home”, a service planned for 9 a.m.at Ashton Chapel located in front of Ashton Wildwood Park, will feature a discussion the hard subject of “homecomings” and what family members often find is the most hard time for veterans.
American Legion Commander Kyl Andrews is the guest speaker. 11 a.m. Saturday. Warrington’s Veteran Affairs Committee hosting tribute to veterans.
All City of Kannapolis offices will be closed on Monday, May 29 in observance of the Memorial Day holiday.
Beginning at 11 a.m. a formal service will be held at Hillcrest Cemetery, which will include a roll call of 387 deceased veterans from all conflicts, including some from the Civil War. The ceremony will include the presentation of colors by the post color guard, a 21-gun salute by the post rifle squad and the placing of a wreath at the Battle Cross and POW memorials. Volley fire at each site will be provided by Baker Fisher Camp #101. It will include a parade to the Boy River where a wreath will be placed to honor Navy veterans.
There are but three days in a year in which honors are accorded to veterans who have offered their very lives to protect our lives and values.
Whitford said everyone is welcome to attend any or all of the cemetery ceremonies.
North Hanover: The annual Scout Night Flag Placement will take place at 5 p.m.at the Brigadier General William C. Doyle Memorial Cemetery, 350 Province Line Road. The Brownton Legion Post will provide broasted chicken.
Garoppolo, a Manchester resident, served in the Army as a radio fix technician until 1953 and then taught at Manchester High School for 35 years.
Towns large and small will have parades, ceremonies and even a commemorative plaque-unveiling to honor the men and women who fought and died in service to the United States of America.
Rockford: There will be a parade starting at 9 a.m.at the Rockford Community Cabin. This will be followed by WWI songs, poems and excerpts from letters and diaries of local WW1 veterans.
Lansdale Memorial Day Parade.
Sponsored by the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign War; all veterans are welcome to participate. There will be a ceremony at the Buddy Powell Memorial on College Boulevard at Oak Valley School at 10 a.m. The guest speaker will be Jim Jolly, a World War II veteran from the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King.
A Veteran’s Memorial Day program featuring the Pomona Concert Band will begin at 8:30 a.m.
A Memorial Day program is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m.at the Frauenthal Center. Following the parade there will be ceremonies. For more information, visit auburndowntown.org.
Whitemarsh Memorial Day Remembrance. The ceremony at the mound will begin at 10:30 a.m. Dove release concludes service. May 29 at White Chapel Memorial Park Cemetery, 621 W. Long Lake Rd., Troy, www.whitechapelcemetery.com.
Just a few miles up the road from Whitehall, the town of Dresden will unveil a memorial plaque at the town hall on Sunday at noon. Participants are asked to assemble in the Ravenna post of the American Legion at 109 Elm St. and at Reed Memorial Library. More information: 267-872-4685.
In Chelan on Memorial Day, May 29 there will be a memorial service at Riverwalk Park by the flag pole at 10 a.m.; and in Manson on Monday, May 29, 11 a.m., join members of the Manson American Legion, Post 108 as they celebrate Memorial Day at the American Legion Park across from the Manson Business Center.
If it rains, services will be at the Legion cabin in Frankfort.