Magnolia to Unveil Memorial Stone Honoring Veterans!

The Magnolia Historical Society Proudly Announces…

Magnolia To Honor Veterans & Servicepersons

May 21st, Saturday at 10:00am

The public is welcomed & encouraged to join in this
poignant ceremony.

Magnolia, Massachusetts — April 25, 2011 — For Immediate Release —
The Magnolia Historical Society is excited to announce an unveiling and ceremony honoring all service branches on May 21st at 10:00 in Knowlton Park in Magnolia – situated along side the Magnolia Firehouse between Fuller & Shore Roads, overlooking Magnolia Harbor. A full military dedication will take place and the unveiling of the memorial stone.  A free reception open to the public will follow immediately with light fare, refreshments and beverages.  
Open to the public, we encourage all to attend, witness the unveiling of the memorial plaque and raising of the newly installed flagpole and flag, wreath laying ceremony, singing of the National Anthem, gun salute, color guard and more.   
This memorable ceremony will include veterans, active servicepersons, dedicated citizens, Gloucester Police & Fire Departments, Sen. Bruce Tarr and more – please be a part!
Seating and facilities will be available throughout the ceremony at the park for convenience.  Please come celebrate and show your appreciation our veterans and servicepersons representing and protecting the United States of America.
For more information contact:
Lisa Ramos, President of the Magnolia Historical Society
978.290.3005 – lramos@eastcoastindustrial.com

2 thoughts on “Magnolia to Unveil Memorial Stone Honoring Veterans!

  1. This looks great, but too many things going on in Gloucester on Saturday – there’s Abby’s exhibit at Captain Joe’s, the Flea Market and this to name just three. Gotta love that so much is happening, but what to choose??!!

    Jenn

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