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Veterans Day service planned in Ligonier

Tribune-Review
| Wednesday, November 5, 2014 9:00 p.m

The Byers-Tosh American Legion Post 267 and Fort Ligonier Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 734 will conduct a Veterans Day ceremony 11 a.m. Tuesday on the Diamond.

A parade led by members of the Ligonier Valley Honor Guard will begin at 10:45 a.m. at the VFW post on East Main Street and proceed to the Ligonier Bandstand.

The joint service will be led by American Legion Commander D.J. Jackson and VFW Commander John Balega.

Representing the American Legion, Second Vice Commander Steve Kimmick will serve as master of ceremonies at the service.

Others participating in the service include: Mayor Ormond “Butch” Bellas, American Legion Auxilary president Sue Crouse and VFW Auxilary president Donna Jones.

Following the brief comments, flowers will be placed at the memorial marker by the auxiliary presidents.

“In Flanders Fields” will be read and the commanders will place flags on the Diamond’s memorial marker and order a comrades salute. “Taps” will be played and the commanders will raise the flag.

A meal will be served at the American Legion following the ceremony.

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