The village’s once-a-year Memorial Day service took position in Veterans’ Memorial Park with a big crowd.
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The unique speaker, Huron County Veteran Assistance Officer Mike Simpkins, was unable to be there and was changed by Huron County Veteran Support Commissioner Mindy Soisson-Calhoun.
An Military and Military Reserve veteran, she spoke briefly about some of her armed forces ordeals. She finished by saying, “Today is a day of remembrance. You should bear in mind independence is not cost-free and is paid for by our brothers and sisters with their last breaths.”
American Legion Put up 292 Commander Dave Smith and Officer of the Day John Roeder participated in the ceremony, as did Legion Auxiliary President Nancy Longbrake.
The New London Superior College band less than the path of Lisa Carbone played the national anthem. The invocation was provided by Ron Brickner, pastor of the Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, and the benediction by Ted Buehl, pastor of Fitchville United Methodist Church.
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Now that summer is formally underway university will quickly be out and graduation is 3 p.m. Sunday, June 5 in the football stadium. The library’s Summer season Looking through Program, “Oceans of Prospects,” starts off June 6 and runs by July 15 with activities for all ages.
The Inspire NL Summer months Live performance Collection is 6 to 8 p.m. each Monday, June by way of August, in the Gazebo Park with tunes and food.
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