Memorial Day in Triplicate
For several years now, Redding and
surrounding areas have had the luxury
of three Memorial Day Services.
The first service was held in mid-morning
at Lawncrest Chapel .
Then come noon, Redding Memorial Park
was the site of the second service.
Special guests at both services included
Medal of Honor Recipient James Taylor,
Lt. Col. Carl Bott USMC Retired, Pearl
Harbor Survivors, and the Enterprise
High School Band to name but a few.
Redding Memorial Park saw a sky diver
drop in carrying the National Colors as
the temperature neared 100 degrees.
Far the largest of the Memorial Day
Services was held at 6 pm in the Veterans
Cemetery located in Igo.
Following is the
Lawncrest Memorial Day
Service Photo Essay.
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