Memorial weekend services, activities
breakfast, barbecue set for May 27
GRANGEVILLE -- American Legion Post 37 and Auxiliary invite
all community members to a Memorial Day breakfast Monday, May 27, at the Eagles
hall on C Street. There will be a full all-you-can-eat country breakfast from
7-10 a.m. Donation is $6 per person. All proceeds go to help Legion and
Local Voiture 906 of the 40 &
8 and LeFemmes Cabane 906
invite all community members to a Memorial Day barbecue Monday, May 27, at the
Eagles from noon to 2 p.m. To go orders available, all for a donation of $6 per person. All
proceeds go to nurses training scholarships for local nursing students. Also all day from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., the LeFemmes will be selling baked goods.
Call Morris Bentley at 983-5535.
Memorial Day service
set for Grangeville Armory
GRANGEVILLE – A community Memorial Day service will be held
at The Idaho National Guard Armory on Monday, May 27, 11 am. All are welcome.
ceremonies scheduled for Cottonwood, Greencreek
COTTONWOOD -- Monday, May 27, is the official celebration of
Memorial Day, honoring fallen military heroes. The combined American Legion and
VFW honor guard will conduct memorial ceremonies at the Greencreek community
cemetery at 10 a.m., and both Cottonwood cemeteries at 11 a.m. In keeping with a biannual rotation, next
year the ceremonies will be in Ferdinand and Keuterville.
All veterans are encouraged to join the honor guard in
performing the ceremony. Meet at the
American Legion Hall in Cottonwood at 9:30 a.m.
Fred Seubert, American Legion
Commander, and Joe Riener, VFW Post Commander, invite the public to join in
remembering those who selflessly sacrificed to protect our freedom. The service
includes the presentation of the colors, 21 gun salute,
laying a memorial wreath, reading the names of the deceased, playing Taps, and
a recitation of In Flanders Fields.
Elk City ceremony set
ELK CITY -- The Memorial Day Bridge Ceremony is set for
Sunday, May 26, noon, at the bridge.
This is sponsored by the VFW Wilderness Post 8311. Participants will meet at the VFW Hall at 11
Services to be held
in Riggins, White Bird, John Day
Memorial Day services will be held Monday, May 27, with the
American Legion Post 130 in charge. The first service will be held at the
Riggins Cemetery beginning at 10 a.m. (MDST), and the second service is set for
White Bird at noon (MDST)/11 a.m. (PDST). The last service will be held at the John
Day Cemetery at about 12:45-1 p.m. (MDST). There will be a roll call of
veterans who have gone before, a placing of the wreath on the grave of the
Unknown Soldier and a message at each. The public is encouraged to attend one
or more of these memorial services.