Monday, May 28th at 2:00 pm
The line of march begins at Longfellow School and continues along Stevens Avenue to Evergreen’s South Gate.
The procession includes VFW Color Guard, riderless horse, Claddagh Mhor Pipe Band, participants carrying signs remembering the fallen from the Revolution to the present, Brownie Scouts as well as flower girls who will scattered petals over veterans’ burial markers.
A brief program, under a white tent, follows and finishes with a volley salute and Taps.
The remembrance concludes in the Wilde Chapel where local historian Herb Adams will give a talk about “The Great War” in recognition of the centennial year of World War I’s conclusion.
All are welcome!