Memorial Day Schedule of Services

  • 28 May 2012
  • 6:30 AM
  • Jay - Livermore Falls
Memorial Day, May 28, 2012
Schedule of Services

6:30 AM Meet at VFW Post 3335 (Honor Guard, Firing Squad, Bugler and Participants)
7:00 AM Livermore Falls Memorial Bridge (Prayer and Wreath by American Legion Post 10)
7:20 AM Livermore Veteran’s Memorial (Prayer and Wreath by AmVets Post 33)
7:45 AM Jay POW/MIA Bridge (Prayer and Wreath by VFW Post 3335)
8:15 AM Jay Hill Cemetery (Ceremony by John Dube/Gail Dube)
8:45 AM VFW Post 3335 (Prayer and Wreath by VFW Post 3335)
9:00 AM Parade Line-Up starts at MEMCO parking lot on Main St. Jay
10:00 AM Parade Begins

Parade Line-Up Main Street in Jay, (Andre Ouellette & Darryl Dunton)
Police Escorts
Parade Marshall Former US Army WWII Veteran (Elvin Ralph (Al) Winter)
Color Guard - Maine Corrections Department
Color Guard - American Legion Post 10 (Accompanied by Any Active Duty Military Personnel)
Commanders and Presidents of Veterans Organizations who are marching
Knights of Columbus 4th Degree Honor Gurd
43 ft Flat Bed Trailer with (Chairs – Side Rails – Stairs) for all Veterans – Auxiliary - to ride on.
We want all area Veterans who can to join us on the Trailer (Join us at Memco in Jay 9:15 - 9:45)
RSU 73 High School Band
Miss Buddy and Master Buddy Poppy VFW Post 3335
Miss Clover AmVets Post 33
Miss Poppy American Legion Post 10
All other groups, organizations and floats that wish to participate
All area Fire Departments are invited
Organizations that have animals participating in the parade
Northstar Ambulance
Police Escorts
Along Parade Route:
Chisholm Square WWII Monument – Prayer and wreath by VFW with House District 87, Representative Paul Gilbert as guest Speaker, RSU 73 Band National Anthem and Taps
Richardson Cemetery – Prayer and wreath K 0f C, RSU 73 Band National Anthem and Taps
Grand Army of Republic Monument – Prayer and wreath AmVets Post 33, RSU 73 Band National Anthem and Taps
Geneva Hodgkins Memorial Park WWII and WWI Prayer and wreath American Legion Post 10,
New Fire, Police and EMS Monument wreath laying, RSU 73 National Anthem and Taps
Guest speaker Past State Commander of the American Legion Donald Simoneau from Post 10
After Parade:
12:15 PM Fayette Veterans Monument (guest prayer and wreath by American Legion Post 10)

The Theme of this year’s Parade will be to Honor and Thank our WWII Veterans. We invite all Veterans young and old to step into the parade anywhere along the parade route
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