Veterans Memorial in Silver Spring Township
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Memorial Day Service 2014
The American flag is being flown at half staff on Memorial Day, at the Veterans Memorial, until noon. This traditional practice is done in remembrance of all Military Service members who had died.
WWII Veteran, Mr. George MIxell standing when all attending veterans being recognized.
The invocation was given by Imam Rizwan Khan Sahib.
Mr. DiFilippo, Silver Spring Township Supervisor, remembers Mr. Larry Shultz's contributions and steadfast support of the Veterans Memorial.
LTC Sean Gavin, US Army, gave the keynote address, titled "Decorate your Day", at the Memorial Day Service.
A Cumberland Valley School District JR ROTC cadet salutes the American flag as it's being raised to full staff.
Cumberland Valley School District JR ROTC cadets pause, after presenting the traditional memorial wreath.
Approximately 187 attendees gathered for the 2014 Memorial Day Service.
Approximately 187 attendees gathered for the 2014 Memorial Day Service. The Veterans Committee would like to thank everyone for their support.
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