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Wreaths placed on graves of local veterans

Photos provided to the Times Observer Sugar Grove AMVETS Post No. 50 and American Legion Post No. 758 with the assistance of the Civil Air Patrol Squadron 505, led an effort last weekend to place wreaths on veteran’s graves in Warren County. The event started with a brief ceremony in the Sugar Grove Town park before proceeding to Wesleyan Cemetery, Lottsville Cemetery and, for the first time, Turnpike Cemetery. The event was part of the national Wreaths Across America Day event with activities in all 50 states and a total of 2,500 cemeteries. Three-year-old Autumn Johnson, with her father and veteran, Zack Johnson, placed a wreath on her great grandfather’s grave. A total of 181 wreaths were placed in the three cemeteries in northern Warren County.
Photos provided to the Times Observer Sugar Grove AMVETS Post No. 50 and American Legion Post No. 758 with the assistance of the Civil Air Patrol Squadron 505, led an effort last weekend to place wreaths on veteran’s graves in Warren County. The event started with a brief ceremony in the Sugar Grove Town park before proceeding to Wesleyan Cemetery, Lottsville Cemetery and, for the first time, Turnpike Cemetery. The event was part of the national Wreaths Across America Day event with activities in all 50 states and a total of 2,500 cemeteries. Three-year-old Autumn Johnson, with her father and veteran, Zack Johnson, placed a wreath on her great grandfather’s grave. A total of 181 wreaths were placed in the three cemeteries in northern Warren County.
Photos provided to the Times Observer Sugar Grove AMVETS Post No. 50 and American Legion Post No. 758 with the assistance of the Civil Air Patrol Squadron 505, led an effort last weekend to place wreaths on veteran’s graves in Warren County. The event started with a brief ceremony in the Sugar Grove Town park before proceeding to Wesleyan Cemetery, Lottsville Cemetery and, for the first time, Turnpike Cemetery. The event was part of the national Wreaths Across America Day event with activities in all 50 states and a total of 2,500 cemeteries. Three-year-old Autumn Johnson, with her father and veteran, Zack Johnson, placed a wreath on her great grandfather’s grave. A total of 181 wreaths were placed in the three cemeteries in northern Warren County.

Sugar Grove AMVETS Post No. 50 and American Legion Post No. 758 with the assistance of the Civil Air Patrol Squadron 505, led an effort last weekend to place wreaths on veteran’s graves in Warren County.

The event started with a brief ceremony in the Sugar Grove Town park before proceeding to Wesleyan Cemetery, Lottsville Cemetery and, for the first time, Turnpike Cemetery.

The event was part of the national Wreaths Across America Day event with activities in all 50 states and a total of 2,500 cemeteries. Three-year-old Autumn Johnson, with her father and veteran, Zack Johnson, placed a wreath on her great grandfather’s grave. A total of 181 wreaths were placed in the three cemeteries in northern Warren County.

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