Salisbury honors its fallen soldiers

Above, the Memorial Day service at the cemetery included a gun salute. Photo by Jennifer L. Kronholm

SALISBURY — An early thunderstorm rained out the Friends of the Scoville Library’s attempt to give out coffee and doughnuts to parade participants as they gathered in front of the library, but the skies cleared in time for the parade.

Ceremonies began with a gun salute to those buried at sea. The Rev. Diane Monte-Catania of Salisbury Congregational Church said a prayer, and a wreath was thrown from the bridge next to the library.

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