Middleton's Memorial Day Parade began at Memorial Hall and marched to Flint Library and Veterans’ Monuments for a brief prayer, laying of wreaths, a salute and “Taps.”
The parade continued to the Oakdale Cemetery for a ceremony at the Veterans’ Monument which included music by the Howe-Manning School band. Students from the school read General Logan's Orders and recited the poem 'Decoration Day'. They were joined with music from the elementary school band.
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I or a member of my staff hold office hours throughout the district at the following locations every month:
Every Wednesday from 9:00am-12:00pm at the Rowley Town Hall Annex:
39 Central Street Rowley, MA 01969 (978) 325-3661
The last Friday of every month from 12:30pm-1:30pm at the Rose Baker Senior Center:
6 Manuel F. Lewis St. Gloucester, MA 01930
You may also call my office at (617) 722-1600 and speak with a member of my staff to discuss any issue or to schedule a meeting.