Massachusetts city honors fallen soldiers on Memorial Day

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Massachusetts city honors fallen soldiers on Memorial Day

Updated: 5:15 PM EDT May 31, 2021

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>> FILLED WITH THE SOUNDS OF AN AWARD-WINNING MARCH BAND AND THE MELODIES OF OUR NATIONAL HEMN, THE RESIDENTS OF EVERETT ARE HERE TO RECOGNIZE THE MEMORIAL >> TO THE HOMAGE, DEBATE TRIBUTE AND THE HONOR AS LITTLE WIFES. >> WITH THE MAYOR AND OTHER LOCAL EVERETT OFFICIALS TAKING THE TIME TO HONOR FALLEN SOLDIERS >> MEMORIAL DAY IS A DAY WHEN ALL brave men and women. THESE PEOPLE REALLY MADE THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE. >> IN FRONT OF LOCAL VETERANS AND A LOCAL GOLDSTAR FAMILY, THIS COMMUNITY NOT ONLY RECOGNIZES FALLEN SOLDIERS FROM ALL OVER THE COUNTRY – X THERE IS NO GROUP OF – >> THERE IS NO GROUP OF INDIVIDUALS THAT SO MUCH FOR SO. MADE MANY WORLDWIDE AS A US SERVICE MEMBER. >> BUT THE ONE FROM HERE IN EVERETT. >> TODAY WE ARE COMING TOGETHER TO THANK THOSE HEROES IN OUR COMMUNITY WHO MADE THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE. >> THIS CEREMONY WAS TYPICALLY HELD AT THE GLENWOOD CEMETERY, BUT TODAY MOST WAS IN DUE TO THE WEATHER

Before the eyes of Massachusetts veterans and a Gold Star family, the city of Everett recognized fallen soldiers up close and far.

Before the eyes of Massachusetts veterans and a Gold Star family, the city of Everett recognized fallen soldiers up close and far.

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