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The Fort Lupton Memorial Day program will begin at 9:30 a.m., May 31, near the flagpole at the west end of Hillside Cemetery. Two rows of United States flags placed by …
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The Fort Lupton Memorial Day program will begin at 9:30 a.m., May 31, near the flagpole at the west end of Hillside Cemetery.
Two rows of United States flags placed by veterans will line the walkway into the cemetery. A children’s choir will sing, “Thank You, Soldiers,” which was written by Michael and Angela Souders to honor fallen soldiers, veterans and those serving in the armed forces. The Fort Lupton Community Choir will perform “Let Freedom Reign.”
The American Legion will present wreaths at the memorial honoring Fort Lupton’s fallen soldiers after the music. Veterans will carry on with the ceremony including their gun salute, raising of the American flag and playing of “Taps.” Graves of those who have served will be marked with a United States flag.
Chairs will be provided. Those who can are encouraged to bring a chair as well.
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