Niagara Gazette

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November 8, 2012

Honoring veterans for their sacrifice


Niagara Gazette — • The Town of Niagara Lions and Lioness Clubs’ annual Veterans Day ceremony. The clubs’ ceremony starts at 11 a.m. Monday and will be held at Veterans Heights Park, located at the intersection of Lawson and Bellreng drives. It will include the presentation of memorial wreaths by the Fredrick F. Cadille Post of the American Legion, the Ladies Auxiliary, the sons of the American Legion, Brownie Troop 70008 Colonial Village School and the Lions and Lioness. The ceremony will also include the raising of the flag, color guard provided by the Corps of Cadets, opening and closing prayers by the Rev. Dr. Lee Holiday and performances of Taps and the Star Spangled Banner by trumpet player and Niagara Wheatfield High School student John Janese. 

Following the ceremony, Lioness Club members will serve beverages and pastries at St. Vincent DePaul Parish Center, 2748 Military Road, Town of Niagara. All are welcome to join. For more information, call 628-0244. 

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