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Memorial Day dinner in Crawford

The annual Memorial Day Dinner will be served at the Methodist Church in Crawford. Sunday, May 28, from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. The menu includes a roast beef dinner with all the fixings, including salads, mashed potatoes with gravy, green beans and dessert.

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Memorial Day events

Today we are a nation at war against terrorism.

The Armed Forces of the United States are fighting the terrorist armed forces in Afghanistan, Syria and Iraq and are working hard to protect our country against those who would do us harm.

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Marching to Washington, D.C.
Marching to Washington, D.C.

Surrounded by impossibly large buildings, cheered on by masses of spectators, and supported from thousands of miles away by their hometown, the Cedaredge High School Music Department marched down historic Constitution Avenue blasting the school fight song.

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Memorial Day honored in the North Fork
Memorial Day honored in the North Fork

With the waters of the swollen North Fork River roaring below, members of American Legion Wilson Head Post 97 held their annual ceremony at the Grand Avenue Bridge Monday while a small group of observers bowed their heads and held their hands over their hearts.

"Help us to remember with reverence the valor and devotion of our departed comrades," said Joe Kaputa, a former U.S. Marine who served in Vietnam.

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Brady Todd is youngest member of Crawford Legion
Brady Todd is youngest member of Crawford Legion

While the average age of American Legion members at Crawford Cemetery at last Sunday's Memorial Day service hovered somewhere above 60, those at the ceremony couldn't help but notice young Brady Todd. The former Marine is the newest member of the Crawford American Legion Lynch-Cotten Post 190.

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Legion honors veterans, members

Before the annual Memorial Day ceremonies began Sunday at Crawford Cemetery, American Legion District 11 Commander Jimmy Davidson recognized four long-time local Legion members. "They have been faithful members of Lynch-Cotten Post," Davis told the crowd of about 200 who had gathered for the occasion.

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