Holding in memory


The Memorial Day parade on Monday in Wilmington included a Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) float.


Military nurses were honored during the Memorial Day ceremony at the Sugar Grove Cemetery with the placement of a wreath. From left are Mary Jane Johns, Margaret Elznic and Blair Brown.


Visiting from Dayton and taking in the Wilmington Memorial Day parade are, in the foreground, Milo Milisits, 2, and his mother Krista Milisits.


Burton “Burt” Werner is honored as the parade grand marshal at Wilmington’s observance of Memorial Day.


The traditional 21-gun salute is conducted at the Memorial Day program in stately Sugar Grove Cemetery.


Scouts participate in the Memorial Day parade on Truesdell Street near Sugar Grove Cemetery, Wilmington.


The Main Street Wilmington organization entered a float for the Memorial Day parade, publicizing several of its community-based events including the upcoming Third Fridays summer series of live music and food known as Party at the Mural. The two women on the near side of the float are Angela Mitchell of the board of directors and Bekah Muchmore, executive director.


Wilmington Mayor John Stanforth serves as guest speaker for the city’s Memorial Day ceremony.


The Memorial Day parade on Monday in Wilmington included a Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) float.

Military nurses were honored during the Memorial Day ceremony at the Sugar Grove Cemetery with the placement of a wreath. From left are Mary Jane Johns, Margaret Elznic and Blair Brown.

Visiting from Dayton and taking in the Wilmington Memorial Day parade are, in the foreground, Milo Milisits, 2, and his mother Krista Milisits.

Burton “Burt” Werner is honored as the parade grand marshal at Wilmington’s observance of Memorial Day.

The traditional 21-gun salute is conducted at the Memorial Day program in stately Sugar Grove Cemetery.

Scouts participate in the Memorial Day parade on Truesdell Street near Sugar Grove Cemetery, Wilmington.

The Main Street Wilmington organization entered a float for the Memorial Day parade, publicizing several of its community-based events including the upcoming Third Fridays summer series of live music and food known as Party at the Mural. The two women on the near side of the float are Angela Mitchell of the board of directors and Bekah Muchmore, executive director.

Wilmington Mayor John Stanforth serves as guest speaker for the city’s Memorial Day ceremony.

The Memorial Day parade on Monday in Wilmington included a Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) float.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_VFW_f.jpgThe Memorial Day parade on Monday in Wilmington included a Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) float.

Military nurses were honored during the Memorial Day ceremony at the Sugar Grove Cemetery with the placement of a wreath. From left are Mary Jane Johns, Margaret Elznic and Blair Brown.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_nurses_f.jpgMilitary nurses were honored during the Memorial Day ceremony at the Sugar Grove Cemetery with the placement of a wreath. From left are Mary Jane Johns, Margaret Elznic and Blair Brown.

Visiting from Dayton and taking in the Wilmington Memorial Day parade are, in the foreground, Milo Milisits, 2, and his mother Krista Milisits.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_kid_p_f.jpgVisiting from Dayton and taking in the Wilmington Memorial Day parade are, in the foreground, Milo Milisits, 2, and his mother Krista Milisits.

Burton “Burt” Werner is honored as the parade grand marshal at Wilmington’s observance of Memorial Day.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_werner_p_f.jpgBurton “Burt” Werner is honored as the parade grand marshal at Wilmington’s observance of Memorial Day.

The traditional 21-gun salute is conducted at the Memorial Day program in stately Sugar Grove Cemetery.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_honor_guard_f.jpgThe traditional 21-gun salute is conducted at the Memorial Day program in stately Sugar Grove Cemetery.

Scouts participate in the Memorial Day parade on Truesdell Street near Sugar Grove Cemetery, Wilmington.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_scouts_p_f.jpgScouts participate in the Memorial Day parade on Truesdell Street near Sugar Grove Cemetery, Wilmington.

The Main Street Wilmington organization entered a float for the Memorial Day parade, publicizing several of its community-based events including the upcoming Third Fridays summer series of live music and food known as Party at the Mural. The two women on the near side of the float are Angela Mitchell of the board of directors and Bekah Muchmore, executive director.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Main_STreet_p_f.jpgThe Main Street Wilmington organization entered a float for the Memorial Day parade, publicizing several of its community-based events including the upcoming Third Fridays summer series of live music and food known as Party at the Mural. The two women on the near side of the float are Angela Mitchell of the board of directors and Bekah Muchmore, executive director.

Wilmington Mayor John Stanforth serves as guest speaker for the city’s Memorial Day ceremony.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_stanforth_p_f.jpgWilmington Mayor John Stanforth serves as guest speaker for the city’s Memorial Day ceremony.
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