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SENTINEL TRIBUNE ]0000/[EMORIAL Wednesday, May 21, 2014 Page 7 WWG Junior a00ld Senior High Band Concert Last week the WWG Junior and Senior high bands performed. Left: Junior high trumpets perform- ing. Right: The Senior high jazz band performing. Left: The senior high percussion section performing during the band concert: Right: Mrs. Brenda Derickson directs the junior high jazz band. Right: The Senior high brass section performing The Matador at the music concert last week. Above: The junior high trombone sec- tion performing. Remembering our war dead Dovray Memorial Day Services Dovray will be holding their traditional Memorial Day Services at 9:00 a.m. at Our Savior's Lutheran Church. Speaker will be John Wiggins. Also an evening of fun and fellowship in downtown Dovray will be held at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, May 26 as Memorial Day is celebrated with a picnic (please bring your own meat to grill and a dish to pass). The eve- ning will conclude with a Ceremonial Burning of Flags so please bring any unser- viceable flags you have with you to the picnic as well. Veteran's Memorial Park planned This year, the Dovray American Legion and Dovray/Westbrook American Legion Auxiliary Post 632 have voted to build a small Veteran's Memorial Park along the Main Street in Dovray. They are convinced that the highest honor that can be bestowed on our mili- tary is to remember them. Help is needed in achiev- ing this undertaking. They are appreciative of any donations/memorials given. Their goal for this year is to at least purchase cement, flags, flag poles, and light- ing and perhaps even some plants, trees or shrubs to help them to further the realiza- tion of their vision to give the honor and tribute that is so justly deserved to our local Veterans. The meaning of "Service to Country" is near and dear to many hearts and they hope you consider their request to honor those who gave their best to this coun- try. Storden Memorial Day Program Memorial Day Program will be held Monday, May 26, at 10:30 a.m. at Bethany Lutheran Church. Speaker will be Ted Seuss. There will be Roll Call and placing of poppies on the crosses at the park and a salute. That will be fol- lowed with a free dinner for all at the legion. Walnut Grove Memorial Day Program Memorial Day Program will be held Monday, May 26, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. in the WG school gymnasium Guest speaker: former superintendent of schools WWG, Mr. Stephen Kjorness WG American Legion Post 267 and Auxiliary Unit 267 will present colors and reading of wars. There will be placing wreathes on the crosses to commemorate the wars and unknown soldier. The 5th and 6th grade band will play. Westbrook Memorial Day Services Monday, May Westbrook VFW 26 and American Legion will per- form services as follows: 9:00 a.m. - Rosehill Cemetery - Rural Westbrook 9:15 a.m. - Mennonite Cemetery - Rural Westbrook The Memorial Day Services will be held at the Westbrook-Walnut Grove High School Gymnasium at 10:30 a.m., the speaker will be Pastor Bruce Berg. There will be a short cer- emony at the Westbrook Cemetery following the ser- vices. All participants should meet at the Westbrook VFW Club at 8:30 a.m. VFW Post 5096 :rlc 240997 INTEGRI00NK Fre , Let us never forget the patriotism and courag {P'  those who sacrificed everything for the " llflil]l sake of the country they so dearly loved. It is an '' honor to recognize the heroism and service of these great Amedtan heroes. They have forever : ' earned a place in the heart of our grateful nation. Opening at 10:30 a.m. Memorial Day 240992 274-55550Westbr00k