The event will honor those interred men and women who were active in the
Also, various presentations will be made by people who are noted in the county, and other residents of the community. There will also be the traditional lowering and raising of the flag. Participants will also be invited to place small flags on the burial sites of those who served our country.
The cemetery is non-profit, is completely staffed by volunteers and has a board of directors which oversees the day-to-day operations. While
It is basically the pioneer burial grounds for the first settlers who came to
The cemetery is deeply dedicated to those who were part of our military. Often sounds of firing salutes by honor guards are heard as formally dressed uniformed men attend a deceased soldier’s last rites. Flags are draped over the coffins as ceremonies begin and when they end, the Stars and Stripes are presented to a family member. Many monuments throughout the cemetery note an individual’s dedication to our country.
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So bring your lawn chair, (bottled water will be provided), and take part in one the most important days of our nation.