THE NRHS Marching Hornets, under the direction of Drum Major Wes Fisher, opened the ceremony by playing the National Anthem. They also played Military Escort, American March Classics and God Bless America during the ceremony. (Maureen Doherty Photo)




A TRIO of veterans prepare to lay memorial wreaths at the base of the war memorials on the town common. From left: Gerard Regan, U.S. Navy submarine service, machinist’s mate 1st class; Joe Malek, U.S. Army Vietnam era, 1967-70, Spec 5; and Charles Simard, U.S. Army – Korea. (Maureen Doherty Photo)




VETERANS and long time residents George E. Maker Jr., 88, who was a corporal in U.S. Army during the Korean War (left), and Ed Piercey, 94, who was a sergeant in the U.S. Army post-WWII, were also given the honor of placing wreaths at the town’s war memorials on Veterans’ Day. (Maureen Doherty Photo)



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