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Legion invites everyone to Veteran's Day program


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The Emery County American Legion Posts invite all Emery County Veterans to come and join in a Veteran's Day observance on Nov. 11 at 11 a.m. at the Veteran's Memorial in Castle Dale. The memorial is located on the lawn at the Museum of the San Rafael.

Commander Ray Quinn will welcome all Veterans in attendance. There will be speakers at the event including, Commander Quinn, Commissioner Jeff Horrocks and Blake Jones.

The students from Castle Dale Elementary will present patriotic songs. The chaplain will give a prayer and there will be a flag ceremony.

A 21 gun salute followed by the bugler with the playing of taps will conclude the ceremony.

Everyone is encouraged to attend this event to honor our Veterans. There will be refreshments provided by the Huntington and Ferron American Legion Auxiliaries.

The legion would like all to attend.

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