Memorial Day observance returns to Mt. View Cemetery

May 29, 2022

Brass band to play at first in-person ceremony in two years

American Legion Post 14 of Ashland, in conjunction with Scout Troops 112 and 8112, will host the annual Memorial Day Observance at Mountain View Cemetery starting at 11 a.m. Monday, May 30. Patriotic music will be provided by the Ashland Brass Band.

Due to COVID-19, organizers have had to defer this long-standing observance for the last two years. All Ashlanders are invited to attend and pay their respects to the servicemen and women who have passed on. Mountain View Cemetery is on Ashland Street at Normal Avenue.

For more information, contact Kevin Calkins (Scoutmaster / Post 14 Adjutant) at 408-839-8470 or calkins1999@yahoo.com, or go to the events Facebook page.

Source: Submitted to Ashland.news. Email Ashland.news Executive Editor Bert Etling at betling@ashland.news or call or text him at 541-631-1313.

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