This year, the event has added awareness of Scouts in the community to the venue.
Youngstown: 61st Annual Smoky Hollow Memorial, 11:15 a.m., at Walnut Street and Rayen Avenue. All-you-can-eat pancakes will be served with choice of ham or sausage, fruit and beverage for a free will donation. Memorial Day garage sales in downtown Harrod.
Organizers say the public is invited to attend the free performance by the Calaveras Community Band, “in honor of the courageous men and women who have served, and continue to serve, our country”. Bedford, Bedford Heights, Walton Hills and Oakwood Village, will commence a parade at 10:15 Monday at Bedford City Hall.
Lt. Col. Troy Reeves, the senior Army instructor with the Crosby JROTC, is the guest speaker and Pastor Jerry Hovator will also say a few words. Parade lineup will be at 1:45 p.m. behind Buckskin Elementary School.
Ft. Gibson National Cemetery is at 1423 Cemetery Road in Ft.
Greenleaf Memorial Park, 900 River Road, New Bern, is flying the Honor and Remember Flag through Memorial Day. At the cemetery, an observance ceremony will be held at the Civil War monument.
The Locust Blossom Festival will return to Kendrick this year with a parade that will include an opportunity for honoring veterans.
¯ The Memorial Day parade in Forestville on Monday will begin at 10 a.m. The Joliet American Legion band will begin playing at 11 a.m. Hot air balloon launches.
Ceremonies in Lynchburg will commence at noon Sunday with parade lineup at the Old School Park.
OELWEIN – The 152nd Memorial Day services will be conducted by the Oelwein Ross Reid American Legion Post 9 on Monday, May 28.
Sunday – The Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs Memorial Day ceremony will be held at 11 a.m.at Southern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 21731 Spring St., Union Grove.
For more information, call Fuller at 360-837-3470 or Washougal Parks and Cemetery Program Manager Suzanne Grover at 360-835-2662.
As you go about this Memorial Day weekend, I ask that you take the time to think about our fallen Veterans and pay tribute to them.
Jeannette: The Jeannette American Legion Post 344 will hold Memorial Day ceremonies beginning at 9 a.m.at Jeannette City Hall, top of Clay Avenue; 9:30 a.m.
There are plenty of ways to pay respect to our fallen service men and women on Memorial Day this Monday. “Something 4 Cutie” is the band that will play starting at 11 a.m. with a break for the wreath drop.
Westlake – Parade, Monday, 10 a.m., from SS. Peter George Coptic Orthodox Church on Hilliard Boulevard to Clague Park.
Meanwhile, in Oswego, Legion Post 675 will again hold their annual parade on Main St.to the Oswego Twp.
The annual Memorial Day program and picnic will honor lost loved ones who have served our country.
The Hastings Memorial Day parade will be hosted by American Legion Post 45 and will begin at 9 a.m.in downtown Hastings on May 28. The event will begin at 8:30 a.m.at the park, 17150 C St.in Victorville.
“Gathering to Honor Hometown Heroes”, 2-3 p.m.; Historical Society will lead visitors to graves of more than two dozen veterans, from as far back as the Revolutionary War, at Howes Family Ancient Cemetery, 48 Bramble Lane. The parade will continue down Main Street, terminating at Wood Memorial Park, where ceremonies will be held. A barbecue lunch will follow the ceremony.
Ada – 10 a.m.
Memorial Day is a day in which America honors its soldiers who have died serving our country in wars.
Rootstown – Parade, Monday, 10 a.m. from Loretta Drive, eastbound on Tallmadge Road to Homeland Cemetery.
Legion members, the Plano High School Marching Band and several others will then parade to Little Rock Twp. Food and beverages, along with a disc jockey and children’s activities, will be offered between 12:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.