Veterans remembered with services

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TRI-TOWN — Members of the three veterans’ organizations, along with their auxiliary members, held services throughout the area on November 11 to honor and recognize all veterans on Veterans Day.

The first service was held at the Livermore Falls Memorial Bridge at 8:45 a.m. Services were held at the Livermore monument, Union Park in Livermore Falls, the Chisholm Square monument in Jay and the memorial monument at the Fayette Town Office.

 

Lynn Dunton at left and Sherri Lieter were part of a wreath laying service held at Union Park in Livermore Falls. In back from left are Diane Getz, Darcey Frazier, Marlene Walker, Sarah Roy, Connie Cordell and Sheila Weed. (Courtesy photo)
At the Livermore Falls Memorial Bridge, firing squad members from left are George St. Pierre, Dan Cote, Robert Roy, Reginald Tardiff, Ted Soucy, David O Smith, Richard Moreau and Scott Walker. The bugler is Bill Therrien. (Courtesy photo)
 
Seen from left during the service in Fayette are Don Simoneau, Richard Wilcox and Albert Godfrey Sr. (Courtesy photo)
Color Guard and Auxiliary Members coming off the Bridge in Livermore Falls. (Courtesy photo)
A wreath was placed at the Chisholm Square monument in Jay by Reginald Tardiff and Amvets State Auxiliary 3rd Junior Vice President Darcy Frazier. (Courtesy photo)