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American Legion members honor the fallen at Crescent Mills cemetery. Photo by Anna Lawson

Some scenes from Memorial Day in Indian Valley

While the annual Memorial Day celebration in Indian Valley remains small, it’s a mighty one and features a caravan of residents visiting the graves of family and friends who’ve sacrificed their lives for the country. Each of Indian Valley’s cemeteries has fallen military service people.

The caravan begins at Greenville cemetery and continues to the Gorbet cemetery, Crescent Mills, Taylorsville, and then Indian Jim cemetery.

Here are some photos of the day taken by Indian Valley resident Anna Lawson.

Denise Savala and her son, Trenton, fix a flag next to the headstone of her maternal grandfather Firmstone Hilpert who severed in the US Army. Photo by Anna Lawson
The tombstone of Louis Sobrero is one of many examples of young men in the area who gave their lives in World War I. Photo by Anna Lawson
Wolf Creek Blue Star Mothers and American Legion Post 568 collaborate together for the annual Memorial Day services. Photo submitted

One thought on “Some scenes from Memorial Day in Indian Valley

  • Thanks for the great article.
    John Banks, Post Commander

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